Austria Trend Favorita Hotel
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... It is located only two stations on the underground.
Their underground is really easy to negotiate, ticketing is easy and you can choose English as well as other languages, and so clean. There are lighted panels along the walkways and no graffiti on any of the panels. It is remarkable and a credit to the pride of the Viennese.
We had a lovely day. The "Kiss & Ride" is located in a theme park...all decked out for Christmas, very pretty. ...
... documenting the construction and subsequent lack of interest in the constructed language of Esperanto. Esperanto was designed to be an international language free from political or social confines. It is studied and spoken by up to 2 million people today, but did not reach it's original goal of being THE international language. The museum has lots of interactive screens with more information including one that looked at other forms of ...
On a whim, we decided to try to check in online with Air Canada. We had tried to do it yesterday, but it would not let us, for some reason. Perhaps it was because our first flight was not run by AC.
We think we have success. We were able to get boarding passes assigned on the absolutely full flights. Unfortunately, we have a middle and isle as there are no rows with only 2 seats. ...
... clothes we could find and hopped on a tram to our destination. Dinner was amazing! An amuse bouche of trout pate, followed by carpaccio, salt beef on saffron risotto and a medley of sweet morsels of deliciousness! We then strolled round to the Golden Hall at the Musikverein (sadly Mozart himself didn't play here as it was built after his death, but what a venue), and settled down to a brilliant evening of classical entertainment. They were all wearing period costume ...
... the children's carriages. They had miniature exact replicas of regular carriages made for their royal children to play with. They were so cute! Second was the formal coronation carriage. This was the most extravagant carriage they owned. It was decked out in 24 karat gold leafing and hand painted frescos. Third was the "black carriage" which was a hearse that carried coffins. It was completely black and Very elaborately decorated. It was last used in 1989 when the last ...