Mercure Wien City
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- Pets allowed
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... with modern bathrooms, Wi-Fi, etc. It seems to have more of a “formal” atmosphere compared to many of the other small hotels I use, so I wasn’t quite sure what to expect at breakfast. What I found was fairly standard for European breakfasts with cold meats, cheeses, buns, cereals, juices, yogurt and both hard and soft boiled eggs. As I’ve found in many of the breakfast rooms on this trip, everyone was very quiet and only speaking ...
... 2/3 for kids, most rides you had for adults you had a smaller version for kids, I decided to go on 1, got the tickets & off webwent before I could change my mind, sounded tame, a double swing, only issue is you went 95mtrs high & swung round at 60kms/hr.
Back to the boat for dinner & got talking to Paige & Lacey (mum & daughter from Texas) ...
... hill we were passed by a deer (it was literally in the middle of nowhere), 10 seconds later a dog, and 10 seconds after a woman with an empty leash. Just try to picture it. We had the national dish of noodles, bacon and Shepard's cheese for lunch.
Now we are back in Dublin, getting ready for tomorrow, which holds no significance whatsoever, but should be good craic (fun).
Have a Guinness in Canada for me tomorrow!
Lots of love,
... and hugs all around we said goodbye to Brenda. (She really was fabulous.) So with the evening planned, we headed out of the square to the location for the start of the Ringstrasse tram tour which would take us around the entire ring of the old city. Only problem was we went in the wrong direction. (Actually we were told the wrong direction by our front desk. The tour location had apparently changed and our hotel staff did not know about it.)
So instead of ...
Sunday 29 June 2014 Vienna
This morning we arrived to take the Segway tour and there was just 4 of us, two Canadians and us. Our tour guide Kasper was young and enthusiastic and once we were Segway trained we set off to tour the city.
The advantages of the Segway are the distances you can travel in a short time and Vienna is quite large. The tour concentrated on the Ring road around the old city where a lot of the government ...