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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... his burial site anywhere despite having Group, Row and Grave numbers. All in all we found nearly everything that we were looking for and got a real education in the process. What a Great Day.
Tonight we head out to our classical music concert. We are really looking forward to it and a bit sad to be spending our last night in Vienna. We have learned a lot about the Austrian people in the process.
... clock struck midnight so I did not want Trace to run out of petrol tickets and miss the big occasion. With Trace's best interests in mind we set about finding a venue to line our stomachs with the one traditional meal we had not as yet feasted upon; the Wiener Schnitzel and potato salad. Fortunately for us there is a little restaurant directly opposite The Fleming that prides itself on the quality of this particular dish. Within a ...
... I did not flinch, rolled over and tried to block it out. Then, we heard loud banging on our doors which meant that we had to evacuate. Shucks. As I rolled out of bed, the scene in the room was nothing short of hilarious. I was in a 6-bed dorm with 5 girls, 3 of them being Chinese. The other two girls, like me, casually and sleepily went to our lockers and got the passports out. The Chinese girls however were frantically running around trying to shove things into ...
... it was absolutely delicious. After doing a bit more of sightseeing we took off and went get ready for the night. We joined his friends at a rooftop bar: another Syrian guy, a French girl, and an Austrian girl. The drinks in the rooftop bad were followed by a visit to a lay back pub frequented by students and travellers alike. "Tequila Tuesday" and a number of shots made me remember today in the morning that I'm not 20 anymore :). ...
... the ability to discuss Deni and talk 'Australian' in a laid back manner with Anna and she was incredibly hospitable towards us, understanding how limited our diet had been and our unusual sleeping situations because she had backpacked herself when she was younger. Our last day in Vienna we had to wake early to catch the train to Worgl where we were going to meet up with a friend we had met in London our first ...