Pannonia Tower Hotel Parndorf
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
- Business Services
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... is in the classic style of 100 years ago, small enclosures with thick iron bars, and although they have tried to modernise it while still keeping the original design, it just didn't quite work for me. We have been to plenty of zoos, so not much to keep our attention here, however Alita did want to see the Polar Bears. Alas there was only one, and it was trying to get at the fish frozen in the block of ice it had been given to entertain the tourists. It's easy to see how these types ...
... I've seen so far. The Innere Stadt, or much of where we walked, was pedestrian zone only. The main area here is Der Graben. We paused for refreshment at a great spot called Julius Meinl - and realized once we were finished, there was a large upscale market attached to the back of the cafe, and, don't you know - a bank with the same name. Hmmm. The name seemed familiar to me (it is not the same, but I looked it up anyway) - and thought I would entertain you with a ...
It is with great sadness that we said good-bye to Vienna this morning. Marty did a bit of work, I updated the blog, etc, we had a delicious breakfast buffet, and then we hit the road. We decided to take back roads for part of the trip today. One little village bumped into the next one. We were surprised at how plain many of the little towns looked: this was in stark contrast to the towns in Germany on our last trip! Where were the flower boxes and geraniums?? On our friend ...
... they were afterwards anyway.
Vienna was full of places that were so impossibly prefect that it made me want to cry! I couldn't explain it but when I walked into the Hofburg Palace (Sissi's main residence in the city), where every step took me to a scene more grand than the previous, more architecturally impressive than the previous, my eyes watered. This place stirred up so much emotion in me that I couldn't explain. I loved it here, I loved it so much. ...
Anne's shoulder is still sore so we hunt down a pharmacy, not the easiest task on a Sunday morning. Barbara, the owner of the apartment gives us directions to one nearby, however although open it is literally a small hole in the wall and we are directed to a hospital nearby. Unfortunately the doctor tells us they only do stomachs, and directs us to another hospital ...