Ibis Vienna Airport
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- Airport Transportation
- Banquet room
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We got up early and got the car, checked out and drove to the airport on our last day, cold and rainy. We did so well with the weather. Got to the airport in good time and returned our car. All in all the trip went pretty smooth. No hiccups. It was a wonderful vacation and look forward to our next journey
... you and following some choice words with the conductor, moved swiftly to the 'quiet coach.’ I swear if there hadn’t been one of those on the train I would have eaten my own fist out of sheer frustration. The coach was quiet enough, and certainly nothing compared to the zoo we had escaped two carriages down…
We arrived into Vienna’s main train station, Hauptbahnhof around 3pm and on examining our instructions on how to get to our hostel, realised that ...
... who stood behind us, as he said it is a long trip to be standing. Arriving at Westbahnhoff we bundled into a taxi for the hotel. There were far too many tram stations for Emma and I with luggage to manage however it is Sunday and all was well with cost. Once again I realise yet another task that Rob performs for me on these trips. The shower, the plumbing with all its variations ...
... about the Spanish Riding School the Wikipedia entry is very good. I have known about them for years and always wanted to see a performance and I wasn't disappointed. The Lipizzaners are specially trained horses, pure white in colour including their tails and manes. The horses are meticulously trained using traditional dressage techniques, and some that are not in the normal dressage repertoire. These movements are the airs above ...
A more intimate setting than the Staatsoper, as 3 rows from the front, we were privy to all the interplays and exchanges between the members of the orchestra. We were also able to witness the intensity with which they played, the first violinist (who lead as there was no conductor) breaking strings on several occasions. There were three young ladies in the ...