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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... have had one of our quietest rooms and one of our noisiest while staying there. The bathroom varies also from room to room. What it does offer is that I can now find the hotel in a city that is often difficult to navigate. And, what could be an entirely different blog, we are always very happy to return home to Vienna airport which I believe takes top honors for best airport. Half an hour yesterday from touch-down to cab. Including going through passport ...
... weather. Maybe a house is a place to socialise and raise a family. It might be a bit pinko of me, but the idea of 'individuality' occasionally rubs me the wrong way, but I do agree that you should be surrounded with creativity, and maybe they are the same thing. There is a clause written into the lease agreement of the apartments called the 'window law', allowing the tenant to alter the space outside the window as much as they want for as far as their arm can reach. I ...
... really big parks are car free. I think of all the fuss we are having in Victoria trying to make Beacon Hill park partially car free, and in Vancouver where the Burrard Street bridge is being redesigned to support biking . . .
Prater amusement park was crazy - lots of rides I've never seen before - many were VERY high with LOTS of upside down time. Not for us! We thought about going on the Riesenrad - ...
... friendliness: “Madam, we are not the floristīs, the one you are looking for is just next door!” Thank goodness the lady hasnīt fulfilled her promise (yet?) of making my colleagueīs life hell by complaining to our GM.
3) I am proud of working in the biggest indoor herbal garden in Vienna these days. Luckily for both the guests and us, the lobby is spacious enough that even with 4 big table garden-beds, 2 massive ...
... indeed. After checking in, we walked through a huge 3-story central atrium to a glass elevator, which whisked us to our room. After settling in for a bit, we decided to go exploring.
We took the Metro to Stephensplatz and wandered for a bit to get our orientation; after an initial struggle, we headed out towards Michaelerplatz to see the Sisi museum and the Schatzkammer (treasury), which were included in the combination tickets that ...