Hotel Beethoven Wien
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was apparent. For dessert we had creme brûlée with a forest fruits coulis, all of which was accompanied by cool, dark Austrian red wine from the south of the country. I must find out what it was to bring some back to London - it tasted of blackcurrants and was very silky. It complemented the ambience of the restaurant perfectly. After dinner we retired to bed, looking forwards to a day exploring the rich and varied history and architecture of Vienna tomorrow. I hope the rain holds ...
... to many of the Christmas markets! The biggest, one of the most famous ones in the world was at the city hall! It was the most beautiful thing ever!! So much Christmas! The only thing missing was snow! On our walk back to our hostel we got to have snitzel!! So good! Favorite part of this trip is alllll the ...
... having been lent out to other galleries but Mandy was still captivated in the Klimt room and took full advantage of studying the paintings in detail. In total we ended up spending about an hour looking at the works on display there. Steve was also impressed and thought they were even better than the elephant artists’ works we saw in Chiang Mai although the elephant artists’ had more decorum in his opinion. True, the elephant artists did have a habit ...
... introduced me to the TV show Grey’s Anatomy, and I got a wee bit hooked. Why didn’t he propose?!
We caught the U6 metro and walked a really long way to HI Hostel Myrthengasse. It is very big and empty, and unfortunately doesn’t have much character, and no kitchen, but it is quite professional and functional. The washing machine is broken too, bummer. We have a double room to ourselves, and I scored top bunk this time. It’s great to have ...
... sunbathe anywhere they find a spot and in various states of undress (topless and nude is allowed), they reminded us of the seals in San Francisco! We got back to the hotel about mid afternoon by which time it was very hot. Enough time for a rest and refresh then we walked into town to have a good look around the quaint little shops in the old part. Because the shops close between 1pm and 4pm they stay open until about 10pm or 11pm. The cobbled streets are just ...