Hotel Vienna - South
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Russian TV Channels Available
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... very small and we also have a dorm-sized refrigerator in our efficiency kitchen, we have to walk about three blocks to the grocery at least every other day. This is true just to get basic things to have to cook meals for the two of us in our apartment. When we have the larger group on Wednesday nights, Junior and I go three stops down on the Ubahn to a larger grocery store. It is located in a shopping mall that is adjacent to a train station. ...
... we needed to head back for 6pm dinner reservations. The bus ride back to zentrum was slow in the peak hour traffic. After a quick shower and change into collared shirts and chinos, we headed out for dinner. All that I know at this stage is we are having dinner for my birthday. We walk the 5 minutes from Hotel Sacher to the Hotel Imperial where we would be having dinner in the Opus restaurant. The Hotel Imperial and Opus are very famous Viennese landmarks. The audio tour on ...
Leaving Switzerland on the train although quite sad was also quite spectacular, first we passes a series of glacier feed lakes where the water just seemed to glow blue, with the umber of covered up sailing boats along the shore it looks like a popular place to be in summer. Rising up from the lakes were the mountains of the Swiss Alps, the train wound its way through the alps using the Alberg pass. ...
... we've just spent a few weeks in Italy, Greece and Hungary, so everything was comparatively expensive).
Our first day was spent entirely in the Belvedere Palace complex. The Upper and Lower Palace, and 21er Haus. Klimt's "Kiss" is here, as well as some Egon Schiele (I prefer Schiele by far). Jeff Koons has a piece in the main entry of the Upper Palace, a blow up Hulk, hehe... I love art that makes me ...
... me pretty well now, so you won't be too surprised to learn that once again I had an interesting day, and once again I was conflicted. Y'see we went to the extraordinary Austrian Military War Museum and whilst I was walking around this place I was singing in my head "War, what is it good for, absolutely nothin'". See my problem?
Loved the ...