Reiters Finest Familyhotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... safely, Christina!
Patrick found us a nice and affordable hotel at a main transportation hub in the city. The bus to the airport stops right out front. After checking in, we had drinks with him in the lobby - which was beautifully decorated with sparkling lights and intimate, velvety furniture. We said goodnight. It was getting late and we had to be up early to catch the 7:00 bus. Patrick planned to meet us in the ...
... Paris. They were very nice. The home team won 3-1 and stayed for hours at the field to celebrate.
We went home for dinner. Patrick has cooked for and ate with us. I wonder if we'll remember how to take care of ourselves when we get home...!
After a bit, we went to the bar where the team and fans were expected to show up to continue their celebrations. Rumor has it that the bar was owned by Julius Weiss - the brother of my ...
Our last day in Vienna. Christina graciously offered to drive the three of us to Olbendorf after work. We knew that would be much faster and more fun than taking a bus.
I neglected to include in yesterday's blog our visit to the Imperial Vault. We couldn't take pictures; I'm writing this from home many days later; and it slipped my mind (only so much fits in there). I think I'm so fascinated with this family because they ruled ...
... garden. The guy came out and offered us coffee and water which we all accepted as we were desperate for our morning coffee. Turns out the place was a winery and yes at 10am we were in his tasting room tasting the local wine. We are all having a wonderful ...
Total mileage 138 It was a difficult night to sleep, it's hot, no AC and a wedding reception was being held next door and they celebrated with live music until 4am and just after the music stopped the bells started ringing at 5am to celebrate the bride ...