Rainers Hotel Vienna
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... have liked, I eventually picked up the pace. There was a lot of road work, so that felt a little like being at home. Driving into Valtice we passed through Lednice and got a great view of the greenbelt that connects the two towns. I was hoping to walk it, it's about 4 miles, but very flat and supposedly easy to navigate.
The easiest part of this whole trip was finding our hotel. The GPS brought us right to it, no fuss, no muss.Until we tried to get in. We knocked, ...
... In 1811, a fire destraoed the fortress and it was reconstructed in the 1950's. The striking St. Martin's Cathedral was once part of the city fortifications. Construction began in 1311 and for several hundred years, St. Martin's was the coronation church of Bratislava. Also worth a visit is Michael's Gate, which features a 15th century tower.
In the Main Square of the Old town, the Roland Fountain is one of the city's most ...
... brings us back to the hotel, just as a brilliant sunset illuminates the city.
Collapsing into bed we wake refreshed and hungry an hour or so later, so pop upstairs to check out the Executive Lounge. Oh happy days, they’ve laid out an enormous cheese course and there are bottles of prosecco for our pleasure so we tuck in, praising the fact I’d kept hold of my Hilton card, and smugly patting ourselves on the back for being upgraded. It is ...
... one wants to keep, so I didn't take one. Then on to a lovely small chapel where one of Budapest's well-known organists (who plays the humongous one in the Basilica) played an organ for us. Really nice. And then - we all struck gold. Well, all we women struck gold. We walked over to the monument to Budapest's heroes and what did we come across? A group of rather cute young men in soldiers uniforms practicing doing things with their rifles ...
... have done something wrong, and take your keys. They will then pass the car on to a thief in exchange for money. So, all they had was this extremely tiny two-door that would barely fit a small child in the back. Fortunately, they were very nice to us, and found a larger car (4-doors) at the airport, so all we had to do was have coffee for an hour until they had it driven over to the hotel.
So, I’m typing this in the rental car as ...