Novotel Wien City
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... staff were very welcoming despite being very busy and we think they do not get too many tourists there. We headed back to the cottage by U in time for a siesta and on the way we found a cafe for dinner just two blocks away so that is where the day will end. Last nights dinner at Marks restaurant so we returned for a 10 o'clock breakfast which the photos will indicate was very nice. Then we headed into the centre to locate an Internet cafe where I ...
... why :) "If you're going to answer the call and you're going to transform and you're going to change, get ready," she says. "It is not a day at the beach." Instead, there will be extremes, many of which will make you question your entire purpose. "Expect to be challenged," he says emphatically. "Expect to be hurt. Expect to feel lost. Expect to feel despair. Expect to be double-guessing yourself at every ...
... flu, 3 days after his 6 month pregnant wife. The portrait I liked most was one of his wife. Downstairs, about floor -3 was a drawing exhibition, lots of Klimt drawings, which Ian liked as well. That's the huge hand you can see writing/ drawing all over the wall. On one of the floors was an exhibition of war art which included this extraordinary work. From a distance it looked like shag pile carpet until, on closer inspection it turned out to be made up ...
I had hoped to be able to show pretty pictures of Vienna in the snow, but we have not had any significant snow in conjunction with conditions favorable for photos. January and February are pretty gray in Vienna, the sun seldom peeks through the clouds. For the most part, the temperatures have hovered near freezing, give or take a couple of degrees. The moisture in the air is most likely to be fog, which condenses and drips off the ...
... some pointers for our next few days in the capital.
It was quite late, 9:30pm-ish, by this time so we asked where would be open for dinner and he sent us out in search of a local Gasthaus that would still be open. An absolutely freezing 15 minute walk there, but shortly we were inside the glorious warmth being confronted by a formidable German-only menu and a surly waiter with no English. Crucially, we knew how to ask for two pints of weissbier so quickly had that on ...