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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After being awoken to the sound of??? scaffolding being dismantled - either that or our hotel falling down - not good as we were on the 4th floor, we ventured out for a 3hr walk around Ringstrabe - a road that surrounds the old city with opulent mansions from times gone by, many museums and theatres where Mozart, Strauss and Bach once entertained. …
Upon arrival in Vienna, we caught a cab to the wombat hostel where we met our Aussie roommate for the 3 days- she was at the end of her five month holiday so wasn't extremely chatty.
We then decided that since we had arrived, it was clearly time for schnitzel. SCHNITZEL!!! We found a local bar down the road ...
... got us though, new pair of black socks made their way into the wash - my white socks are now grey and my grey jumper has dark grey streaks! Luckily everything else was dark and came out normal. We went to an Aussie pub for a few drinks and a taste of home. Two bar staff were from Sydney so it was great having a chat with them and admiring the vegimite and milo. James had his first vb in 5 months, safe to say it was terrible! It didn't even taste like how we remembered ...
... if you consider a cross between a German Military prison and an awful summer camp interesting. We are in a 20 person dorm. The dorm is set up like a maze so that you have to walk through someone's little private space to get to the bathroom. There is no soap or way to dry your hands in the bathroom. Probably my least favorite part is that our assigned bunk is right next to the door that opens to the outside and there is only one light switch for the entire room. You ...
... a spruiker advertising her somewhat American styled restaurant. When we explained that we were after Polish food she happily directed us to a fellow spruiker who worked in a different establishment. As he guided the small group (6 girls) down a small dark ally way and into a narrow street one block behind the main square we were directed through the door of a small shop front and into a beautiful courtyard where we were seated and ordered the most delicious meal. Between us we ...