- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... is the tenant of the International Centre which comprises a large conference centre surrounded by six tall office buildings. The Austria Centre is another huge conference centre surrounded by large apartment complexes. We were impressed by the fact that there are no cars in this whole area - just wide pedestrian boulevards and bike paths! The park itself is lovely. It has everything. All the activities one could want ...
Vienna was to be a bit of a departure from our normal holiday destinations, being located in a part of Europe that neither of us had spent much time exploring. Our journey began with a night at Stansted Airport in a room with a partial view of the runway before we first took an Air Berlin flight to Dusseldorf and there transferred to a Niki flight on to Vienna. Both airlines were good and could teach the main low budget carriers operating out of Britain a thing or ...
The boat stayed moored in Vienna for the whole day and we had a choice of tours. As I had been to Vienna a couple of times before (many years ago) I chose to join an excursion to Bratislava, the capital of nearby Slovakia. It took about an hour to drive there. The driver took the back road rather than the motorway so that we could see villages and farms. Our first stop was the Bratislava castle, with views across the city. We then drove back down to the old part of the central ...
... one handy so if I every get asked for it, I've got it. While we were there, I sent an email to the apartment reception informing them of my disappointment regarding the key handover. We were quite cold and if they had just informed us that if something was to happen, the keys are on the door. That would've been better. We were full and sent stuff online that we needed. We headed back home and packed up. We watched more telly. Eventually we fell asleep. Thank you ...
... to places where we are clearly not locals (ie Asia). Literally everyone speaks to me in German here whereas everywhere else so far they have gone straight into tourist English. This is actually not great as I now have to look dumb for a while and say "English?". Oh well.
Vienna has a very hip vibe. Lots of art and bikes. Things here are expensive but we have managed to stay on the cheaper side of things mostly (schnitzel and beer).
Cheers for now