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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Nancy got up at six to do a last walk around Venice, with mainly the street sweepers to keep her company. Sure is different without all those tourists! Later on, we took the water taxi back along the Grand Canal to catch a bus out of Vienna. This was a bit of a challenge, as we had no idea where to catch the bus and there were no signs around. We did find an information desk, but as has been our common experience, the information people seem to have ...
Today we caught up on some much-needed sleep, and especially since we experienced an odd 3am interruption at our new hotel. The front desk called saying that we needed to let some staff into our room to inspect the water as a floor below us had some coming through the ceiling. James promptly called the front desk to make sure it was them who placed the call. Anyway, it only took 2 minutes, but we had to try to sleep again. The ...
... time that makes us reflect on how connected to "home" we truly are--Paul perfectly expresses these sentiments when he drunkenly sings the national anthem for a bunch of strangers at the Dick Macs bar in the city center. These feelings are further emphasized when we run into an elderly South African professor at the University of Business and Economics in Vienna who is sharing the same metro with us. She, like us, is homesick and on her way to a memorial being held at a church ...
Our dinner was at Figlmueller. The queue was really long when we first went around 7 plus. Hence, we decided to go for our night tour first before going back later. We ordered the famous schnitzel, boiled beef and potato salad. I like potato salad the best. Schnitzel and beer are kinda average. I didn't quite understand why there was such long queue to dine at the restaurant. I feel that it's overrated.
... We have only started our intensive german classes. So, I am slowly but surely beginning to speak it- it is fun to practice with the natives. Along with that there has been many informational meetings and tours. I cannot begin to tell you all that I have seen, but my favorite is by far the Belvedere. It was a summer home built for a prince that looks out over Vienna.