Mercure Grand Hotel Biedermeier Wien
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Russian TV Channels Available
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Once I got back to my room, I decided that’s it for tonight. I put my gadgets on charge and spent some time on the computer. I sent notes to two people from the RS travel forum that are here in Vienna now and hopefully we can get together for coffee or whatever.
During my time in Vienna, I had planned to take a day trip to Mauthausen with one of the local tour firms, but I’ve now decided against that. I’m sure there are ...
Decided that as we had just been to Vienna we would have a quiet day on the boat, yeah right, walking instead. First trip turned left, over the bridge & towards some buildings, found it was a new settlement plus the UNO building, found a lake were they were boating & relaxing, watched a man on a harvesting boat, basically he was moving along the weed cutting it ...
... TV shows and games, all available in English. There was also wifi and power outlets, We couldn't quite believe out eyes. The hostess came round and offered newspapers and magazines, unfortunately all in Czech. Then, just when we thought it couldn't get any better, coffee was offered! First I watched "We're the Millers". Then 4pm came, which meant over in England city were about to kick off! I tuned in and listened to the game, Oh how I never wanted to get off the ...
... valley. The bike paths through the valley are a very popular and world-famous biking tourism destination, and we biked along what is considered the most scenic part of the route. Our first stop, in Durnstein, had us wandering around a 900-year-old town that, according to our guide, probably looked the same five hundred years ago as it does today. The ruins on the mountain overlooking the town were once a castle from when Duke Leopold V ...
A very warm "Happy New Year" to those of you reading, liking and sending warm comments about my blog. I really enjoy hearing that you are interested in what's going on over here.
It almost feels like this year really starts my adventure living in Vienna. We spent most of 2013 preparing for our new life abroad. We first heard about the potential position in January. We started thinking about whether this was ...