Haydn Hotel Vienna
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Baltimore, but in a much smaller foot-print. It is entirely mixed usage, with apartments and offices topping commercial spaces at street level. It makes for a lively mixture of use at all times of day, every day. So there are no "dead" zones, where you might be afraid to walk at certain times. In fact, I have yet to find a section of the city where I would not venture. This density helps to make the public transportation more viable, it doesn't have to cover as much ground. But, it's not ...
It started out like any other day. After our intense day of touring we slept in and then went for a 5 km jog. It was hot so we both came back very sweaty. So nice to mix those sweaty clothes with all yours clean clothes in your backpack. Post jog we headed to a super market to get some fruit as our meals of meat and potatoes of late had been missing substantial amounts of fruit and veggies. Loaded up with apples, oranges, bananas, ...
... reign of Maria Theresa and the neo-Rococco style adopted by Emperor Franz Joseph (1848-1916).
The rooms were over the top in terms of elaborate design - impressive Bohemian crystal chandeliers, exotic wood furniture, gold leaf carved chairs and tables, oriental lacquered cabinets, silk damask wall coverings with the Royal pineapple pattern and of course huge cream-coloured ceramic heaters where servants used passages between the walls to stoke the heater. Not quite as ...
... would back in the time of Mozart, quite an experience! After the performance I met back up with Angelika and met some of her friends for a few drinks before heading home.
My last day we went and checked out the Parliament buildings and one of the universities, then walked through an amusement park where we went on the tallest circular swing in the world! Then I was shown another university centre ...
... side then crosses a bridge and follows on the other side. There are castles, vineyards, little hamlets and churches.
We drove to Krems arriving about 2pm., it was hot, about 85-90F. We were already hungry when we arrived but we walked through the main street. We’d heard that stores were not open on Sunday but were not prepared for the streets to be empty. The city was shut ...