Mercure Secession Wien
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Pets allowed
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... this to Biblical prophecy, and the "end times", and I'm sure a few of those will be appearing to remind us of that. I'm never concerned about that, as if this is the "end times" there's not much I can do about it so no point in worrying.
Pension Suzanne is located in an elegant older building on a quiet side street close to the Opera House. The building has been nicely maintained and still has somewhat of the "old world" ambience, and rooms have ...
... waiting for a couple staying in our hotel who she was taking on a tour that day. We explained what had happened at the Cathedral and Brenda immediately sprang into action. Walked back with us to the Cathedral, found someone in the know and determined that the tours occur on Saturday nights at 7:00, the meeting location was outside by the large tower and if it was raining or wet, the tour would be cancelled because the stairs are too slippery to climb.
... growing mainly white wine grapes, as well as some breeds unique to Austria. Wine is still rarely exported, is very cheap within Austria, and Ontario (woot!) took over the international ice wine market!
In other news, I have (very mildly) sprained my ankle, and I have been limping around in a tensor bandage for the past couple of days. And now we are on our way to Salzburg!
Pictures of this leg of the trip will be added ...
... a lot, a purge very long overdue. The only "things" we had to purge that I miss have been Larissa and Anna. One of the cons of the move was that the kids really had to move out. My sister Marcia came to visit several times to help pack things up for storage and to get rid of things. Wow, I couldn't have done it without her. And I have to also give a big shout-out to Minna for her emotional support in helping me clean out ...
... in. After breakfast we walked down to the waterfront for an hour or so, then headed back to the hotel to do our final pack (cram it in, more like it)) and prepare ourselves for the dreaded drive through Palermo to the airport. We thought we had allowed ourselves plenty of time to get there but the drive proved to be every bit as stressful as we had imaged. The traffic was horrendous and it took us over and hour and a quarter to go just 4 ...