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- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... traffic, but in the 1970s it became one of the first pedestrian-only zones. Just down a little ways sits the Holy Trinity Plague column. It commemorates the victims of the Bubonic plague, which ravaged the city in 1679. Vienna lost a third of its population, or about 75,000 people.
From the Graben I turned onto Kohlmarkt, which is home to the cities most expensive stores - you'll find designer boutiques lining this street. Towards the end on the right sits ...
... We took one very lame ride that was supposed to simulate being in the arctic. However, it was not really air conditioned and at some point you had a heat lamp overhead. The ride got stuck once, and a worker came walking in and un-stuck us. The funniest part was when we were going through one of their displays and they had two wolves "doing it." Like we said, it's not Disney World. You would never have any ride in Disney featuring two animals in ...
This past weekend was full of a lot of random new experiences. First of all, last Thursday, the 30th of April was the day of the Burning of the Witches. This tradition is a reminder of the pagan ritual. It is a celebration of a new season - spring. People set fires in the past to help them remove any evil powers that had gathered inside them during the dark winter times. On April 30, the evil powers are at their strongest and so the people must protect themselves. In ancient times, ...
... vibe in the fashion. So, we get a mix of Hungarian, Bohemian, Parisian, Tyrolean and Italian because that's where they get the shoes, boots and bags. And a lot of fur coats, faux and otherwise, especially on the older women in the city center. I assure you, mine is faux.
Men's clothes fit better also, Tim is not often allowed to wear a sweat shirt. It only took him a month to figure out that he "needed" a scarf to complete his commuter ...
... some of the travelers must leave early so they are making sure we all could celebrate together. Before dinner, Barbara and Orrean came to our suite for some champagne to celebrate Barbara's birthday. This was followed by a seven course meal. Shortly after the meal, we sailed into Budapest. What a glorious sight in the pouring down rain. Even with the inclement weather, we got some gorgeous photos of a city aglow. It is truly a beautiful ...