Suite Novotel Wien Messe
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- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Yes we are. Servus Wien!
As good as Emirates is (and it's good) I am glad to be off the plane, with no plans to board another one for about a week.
Customs was slightly more disorganised than I would have expected, a bit of culture shock after the orderly queues of home. It seemed to work though and we got through in no time. The …
... and went to the bus stop right outside the hotel. An hour after that, we finally arrived at the palace. (I give myself a D- for bus management.)
The palace was spectacular! It was the summer home of the Imperial Family. 1,441 rooms with gold everywhere. Gardens as far as the eye could see. Fountains around every corner. A beautiful lake. Truly, a pretty nice summer home.
For lunch we ate at the palace and since it was finally warm out we ate ...
... the train station to buy our tickets to Vienna and then because it was so close we headed up to Buda Castle. It was a pretty miserable day weather wise but we pushed on and finally made it up to the castle. We headed in free of charge and explored away learning about the castle and it's vast history. It was a great museum and we easily could've spent all day there but we had more of budapest to explore. We walked for what felt like forever until we reached Parliament. ...
... controlled it from 1939 until 1945, when the communist's took control until 1989. In 1992, Slovakia became a sovereign state, which it is today. Bratislava where we stayed is the capital city with a population of about 400k. During the communist era, the old city became run down & basically abandoned. In fact the communists sold stones from the cobblestone street to ...
... it was. Apparently the Viennese knew nothing of ventilation, air conditioning or fans…..Chanel was overcome by the heat and decided to give the walking tour a miss, so phil and I had quick cold showers and joined a big group of travelers for the tour. Our guide Andrea was a lovely Austrian who was so informative and quite funny too. It was clear she loved her job and her country. She walked us all around town showing us the best coffees shops to purchase ...