Pension Neuer Markt
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
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... panic when I realized that we did not have air conditioning in our rooms, and as obnoxious as that may seem, it was 98 degrees when we moved in (in my defense). The heat wave has broken, a fan was installed, and I have really started exploring the city.
One of the most interesting parts of my experience thus far is my quick plunge into speaking German. I've been taking German for the last two years at UNC, and while I have gotten good grades in the courses, my confidence in ...
Vienna is quite simply a beautiful city. It is renowned for its incredible architecture so everywhere you look there is always something stunning in front of you. The city is also famous for its many other arts; the theatre, orchestra and paintings. Back in the day, renowned composers such as Beethoven and Mozart were drawn to this city by its artistic culture, and it is here that many of their fine works evolved. Between 1945-1980 a ...
... here were the smaller ones around St. Stephens, AmHof Platz, Freyung and Spitleberg. They all seemed to have more artists and less of the commercial merchandise. The Spittlrberg area, which I would go back to at anytime of the year, is an artisan area that is full of little shops.
Across the the street from one of the Markets was a great Toulouse Letrec exhibition with works from his ...
... pedestrian mall with hundreds of beautiful shops, bars and restaurants. The apartment is a two bedroom with a living room, kitchen, shower room and powder room. Having booked online from pictures and reviews we were glad to find everything as advertised, clean and bright with all mod cons. After settling in we went out to explore the neighbourhood and pick up some basic groceries at the Billa market. Jay found a nice Super Tuscan in the supermarket for less than ...
Yesterday we felt that we "got our feet wet" figuratively speaking, spending most of the day doing some general sightseeing and getting the lay of the land. Well today we "got our feet wet" literally. It rained almost all day but that did not dampen our spirits....just our shoes, hair, jackets,hats, umbrella etc. Our original plan had been to head out to the old neighborhoods and ...