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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hanner Mayerling
Travel Blogs from Mayerling
... We like Vienna, rather than loving it. It has great architecture and historically it is fascinating. On the minus side the Danube is a very murky green and parts of the city around the Danube Canal have lots of graffiti which detract from the elegance of the city. I also sense the Viennese, although helpful when approached are less gregarious than the French or ...
... light rail back out of the city. What an amazing place, you could spend a week here and only get to see a small portion. We had breakfast in the museum plaza, we both had the Viennese breakfast which consisted of two round buns a soft boiled egg and butter and jam plus a pot of tea or coffee. Everywhere you walked there were people selling concert tickets or tickets to opera. I enquired about going to see the ...
... at floor level across from where the horses enter and leave. As we were below the Royal Box, the salute at the beginning and end of each section of the performance was made to our section. I bought a DVD and cannot wait to get home and watch it again. After the performance, we grabbed the HOHO to go to Schonbrunn Palace where we planned to see the PalmHaus ( a huge greenhouse ) and have lunch in the restaurant there. However, it is closed for renovations, so we got back on ...
Travelling, living at a great deal of interesting places and getting experience from different
cultures is an attractive way of life.
The biggest advantage that nobody takes away from you is the new relationships you make. Some of them might start in a random hostel in the middle of nowhere and the couple of days
you spend there may be the only time (and obviously the last one) you speak to ...
... food. As such, my milk and Austrian dairy products are produced by cows grazing on natural Alpine meadows. The basic bread doesn't have any ingredients in it other than flour, yeast, water, butter, herbs, salt and some sugar. The prices don't seem all that much higher, considering that I'm shopping at inner city grocery stores, and not Costco.
When I need items that I can't get at the store, I can shop at the U.N. Commissary, and get ...