Suite Hotel 200m Zum Prater
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... their.. So weird I sat down picked up a menu and The Fixx came on the TV.. Now no one ever plays them!!!! Fate eh. I had a dark beer and the local burger is on its way. Truth is the bun was different but bar the onions being slightly less caramelised, it wasn't much different to last nights.... Boohoo I've not booked any accomodation for tonight so I'm heading to the bus station this time to see where I can ...
"There's the Dalai Lama!" I cried.
"You don't know that, all the monks dress the same" said the font of all wisdom on my right.
"I don't think they all stay in 5 star hotels though" I retorted.
"Huh!" came the response.
Two days later I read on the Dalai's official website, that he visited Germany on the 12th July, having returned from the USA, where he had celebrated his birthday. It was 11th July that I spotted him in Vienna and that I ...
... another form of transportation.
We arrived in Durnstein after only about 20mins. By comparison the cruise takes an hour to travel the same distance upstream, or only 30mins downstream. Yes, there's quite a fast current in the Danube!
Had a quick look around the charming backstreets of Durnstein for a little while, found the high flood level for the 2002 and 2013 floods. Wow... a LOT of water must have been flowing down the river for it to rise so ...
Astute readers of my blog will have noticed that we've stayed in lots of European hotels over the last year and a half. Since moving to Vienna, we have eschewed chain hotels, particularly American ones. We do most of our reservations through Booking.com, Tim is now a preferred guest and we sometimes get special rates. As such, finding and checking into the hotel is now part of the travel adventure. In general, European hotels are smaller than hotels in the U.S. ...
... Schonbrunn Palace means beautiful Fountain, and boy, was it beautiful! Gold leafed ornately covered ceilings and decorations, original period furniture, large tapestried wall hangings, Vienna's Ringstrasse is 5.3 kilometers long. Long enough to provide space for numerous monumental buildings, which were built during the period of Historicism in the 1860s to 1890s. Today, the buildings that stand there – from the ...