Pannonia Tower Hotel Parndorf
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... learning all of our new things we also saw amazing thing! We saw St. Stephens Cathedral, the parliament building, the National Library and a bunch more fountains. Have I mentioned that Vienna is awesome! We tried both the apple strudel and the sachertorte and they are both amazingly delicious. We also had our first beers in Austria today! What a success. And in case you are wondering... It was Maslor who proposed. Unfortunately, I don't think it's going to work ...
... then walked back to the hotel. The weather is alternately hot and sunny and cool and windy with some rain thrown in. It's sweater weather for sure. There are lots of tourists here and I noticed many Russians. There are reminders of Mozart, Elisabeth ("Sisi") and Klimt everywhere, but surprisingly very little of Beethoven or Freud. The waiters are mostly grumpy here, but that is typical in ...
We had arranged to meet an old friend of Owen's that lives here in Vienna. Because of an unfavourable weather forcast we skipped a tour around the hills and met Lee in the city. It was wonderful to catch up with Lee and chat with somebody who is now almost a local.
We took the opportunity to sit down at the Cafe Central, a traditional coffee and cakes experience. Quite formal waiters and an extraordinary display of cakes. ...
... the next week. She didn't even sleep at our dorm for that first week!
Besides the obvious language barrier, our culture are nothing alike. I
was taught to always say Hi! and acknowledge a person when I walk in the
room with a smile. Whereas when she walks in, it isn't until a minute or
two after she's in the dorm that she acknowledge me when with a flat
"Hallo" and minimum eye contact.
Fortunately at around week two we ...
... place and thank you!
So before we know it and after several rum and cokes it's 2.30am and the last time we ate was 10am in Gatwick airport - probably time to get some food! Although everyone recommended the 'sausage filled with runny cheese' somehow to this group of immature Brits it prompted images of a bloke with a bad STD so we steered clear and went for the safer territory of the most enormous pizza you've ever seen and finally crashed out!