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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... the crowds. On the way back we found an old tavern that has existed since about 1200, where a number of important people have rested and had a drink. Ie; Mozart, the king, his executioner, and others. We had a cider in the dingy dark interior sitting on chairs that looked like they were hundreds of years ...
... reviews on trip advisor, and that's where Pete wanted to have his birthday meal. They were ultra busy but just and no more managed to squeeze us in. He said we had 55 minutes before the table needed to be cleared for a reservation!! So we literally sat down, picked up the menu and he wanted our order! It was a pressure decision!! Pete had the 1 meter ribs, and shonas were on fire! But they were delicious! Best ribs we've had! It was ...
... we decided it was time to brave the cold again. We caught the metro and found a huge post office near the stop. It is ridiculously expensive to post from Austria! They tried to charge me 21 euros to send an A5 envelope. I said ‘Shove it where the sun don’t shine! That’s ridiculous!’ Not really, but I am going to post things in a country that goes by weight rather than a set cost. Joanna was told they couldn’t send ...
... on the Old Danube river and we had an amazing time. By this time, the rain had mostly stopped and the air felt nice and fresh. We found a little place on the Danube where we could rent paddle boats and set off into the river. This river is very slow moving making it a hot spot for water sports. During our paddling we saw several fishing boats, rowers, and some beautiful sail boats. Martin taught us how to yodel (apparently I am not bad) and we had ...
... me to dessert at Hotel Sacher, right across from the Opera House. Mama Freeze recommended the sachertorte (chocolate cake with a thin layer of apricot jam in the middle, frosted with dark chocolate and served with whipped cream), and it was delicious. Did you know in there was even a lawsuit between Hotel Sacher and a bakery for the rights to claim they had the original sachertorte? Yeah, Hotel Sacher won. The torte dates back all the way to 1832, ...