Hotel Krainerhutte Helenental
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... I have never been through easier customs. All I can figure is that Austria either is the safest place, without a care in the world, or it is potentially full of smugglers. After getting out of the airport we managed to take the subway to Pilgramgasse, nearby where we are staying. That's when we got a little lost. It turns out that in Vienna, many streets have multiple names, depending on where you are on the street. Once we figured that out, ...
... from here were far more faded than some other places, like London for instance. Some memories in particular were still quite vivid, and I so enjoyed revisiting these and introducing them to Mikey. Others though were not as strong, and it was quite strange as we walked around the city, and SO much came flooding back with a vengeance! All of a sudden we would be somewhere, and I remembered so clearly being in that place with mum, Em and J that until being back, I would ...
... a couple things I'd like to take a tour of and go more in depth but today I spent wandering and, quite literally, getting lost in the city. Kaitlin would appreciate I got to see the Spanish riding school and see the Lipizzaners, but they were just bumming around. The highlight of the day was that I actually got in and got to see ...
... than I had ever expected him to be. We were having lovely conversations about his ever-present bow tie, jogging, getting experience abroad, opera… PLUS! His nephew is a GM at one of the most luxurious hotels in Prague. So: “you know what? If you ever look for a job, just do apply over there and tell him I recommend you”.
Since networking is more than important in my field of study (thank you, my clever faculty), I even ...
... past on the cobblestones. Every second shop seemed to sell chocolates. Huge Christmas decorations festooned the streets and stalls sold hot mulled wine and sausages.
I spent most of my days exploring the historic precinct of Vienna (and eating a ton of those sausages! We need these in NZ). Sabine was a brilliant host and an excellent tour guide, even taking me along to a big family get-together at her ...