Hotel Beethoven Wien
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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From the underwhelming reviews we’d had about Vienna, we weren’t overly excited at visiting the Austrian capital. However it was the most practical path to Bratislava and Budapest from Plitvice. There were also beautiful parks and museums with the added bonus of a chance to see the Viennese Opera - so we decided to spend one day waltzing through Vienna!
We arrived late on Sunday after a full day of travel from Plitvice ...
... for our six room plus kitchen and bath apartment (we got a really good deal) and utilities are about another $300. Our two smart phones here are less than half the cost of our daughters two smart phones in the States. Groceries are comparable to shopping in the States, some things are more, some less. My house wine runs $6.50 per bottle, Tim's beer is a little over a dollar per half-litre bottle. We can spend a lot dining out, but usually get very nice meals for under $50 together, and ...
-Capitol is Vienna.
-Language spoken is the German language.
-Recorded in 2012, the population is 8.426 million
-They use euros in Austria as their currency.
-The major religion is Roman Catholic Christianity.
-Was an Austrian neurologist
-Founding father of ...
... feeling the best, we had to go all the way back inside and find a cash machine to draw money out. Back in the queue a nice taxi driver took Beaver to the Sheraton to get some rest. Upon arriving she calked the insurance company and told them what happened, they were excellent and most concerned, and said they would organise some tests. Beaver didn't sleep well as she was in pain and really anxious being so far from home and her Slug. Eventually though she nodded ...
Premier jour à Vienne. Le ciel est couvert, il fait froid. Mais les gens sont gentils. Répondent patiemment (en anglais) à nos questions de touristes. Ne semblent pas nous en vouloir de ne pas parler allemand. On remarque ici une sorte de decorum entre les individus - une dignité dans les relations qui est parfois touchante. Dans un café tout à l'heure, un vieil homme en costume, ...