- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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... being open on Mondays. Just kidding, not really. More shopping and a walk along the river. Then a fine dinner and we were done.
Sunshine and blue skies greeted us the next morning. We were out early and took more pictures before heading off to the Schiele museum to be there when it opened. The Czechs really appreciate their national artists, this was another excellent museum.
Lunch, and then the trip back to Vienna. While there is no direct train service ...
... answered 4 she told us the maximum was 3 or 320kg. We then all had to confess our weight which we worked out was not 320kg!! The female voice then told us she would have to call the "Otis" lift mechanic to come and fix the problem. This would not have been so bad in a normal size lift but it was a bit squashy and was getting very hot as there was no circulation of air. It was a very interesting 45 MINUTES!! before we got out. After the initial laughing had died down and we had taken ...
... firmly but nicely we were in Czechoslovakia so the Czech way was with bread and their sausages were nicer and cheaper!! We didn't like the Czech way as much as the bread was very heavy so we just had the sausage. Russell had a hunk and I mean a hunk, of warm ham. We then set off for our waffle and chocolate. Carolyn was like an excited little girl, she had remembered this shop from her previous visits. We had ...
... I also thought that it might be more comfortable to have the option to move around. The train was NOT comfortable. One of the ladies in the cabin with me was reading a newspaper and so she closed the window. Then it got hot. Really hot, and really sweaty, and neither of those two things really ever went away. I tried to open the window once that lady got off the train (for the sake of everyone else in the cabin), but it was ...
... our big Christmas vacation (we're thinking Greece, Italy, or Morocco...just some place warm). When our drinks were finished, we set off to explore the city center.
Being that it was a national holiday, most stores were closed. There were an overwhelming number of tour groups, though. We spent about an hour wading through tourists with brightly-colored umbrellas before we got tired of having wet feet and cold hands. So ...