Hotel Sacher Baden
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Baden
First off, wow, what a city. Our neighborhood feels a little like Georgetown in DC, and is just as expensive, if not more so. The house is magnificent, the weather is much more enjoyable than that of Dallas or Winston-Salem this time of year, and the strange European cars reviewed on Top Gear populate the streets.
The house was built in the late 19th century, and the only way it stands out from the rest of the neighborhood is with "Flow House" in ...
... refreshing though. After dinner on the ship, we headed up to the top deck for an after dinner drink. The night was beautiful and balmy and the sunset lovely which is usually after 10.00ish. Once dark though, the surrounding castle and ruins were lit up and looked quite spectacular.
Anyway that's all for now. Our time on the ship is definitely ticking down now and on Saturday we will leave it to go to Prague.
Doug and Leah
... more seeking enthusiastically for the hidden treasures of This grand city but the truth is we relaxed, poured a gin and tonic and watched The British Film, My Life so Far. Which we thoroughly enjoyed. I think travel weariness has well and truly hit. At 5.15 having been invited to the room of Judith and Nancy for wine and cheese we punctually presented ourselves. Every one on trip has been open and friendly. Actually there have been no tensions at all among the coach ...
... this was quite stuffy and nothing at all to right home about, the waiters were quite proper and pushy and I didn't really rate it. I then decided we could get a tram over to the local transport museum, actually the tube ;) so off we headed but to find that it was closed, however we did stumble across a beautiful old Austrian pub and this really was excellent, the staff were warm and friendly and it had a great atmosphere, Mum and Dad had the soup and I enjoyed rump steak. ...
... from around 1200 to 1800. The Habsburg family were originally Swiss, and their dynasty is one of the most important in Europe, due to its influence in shaping the countries we know today. Vienna in itself is a unique and important city and has been home to many influence people. Just before the outbreak of WW1 there were many influential people who lived in Austria and may well have shared a coffee at many of the local Viennese coffee houses....I can't remember all ...