Suite Novotel Wien Messe
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 …
... allow those climbing to pass. (If only ALL those descending understood that convention, it would have made the lack of a handrail less bothersome.) On the way down, I dutifully stood aside to let a man pass as he cradled an infant, perhaps 2-3 months old, in his arms. I only hope he was a surefooted as he believed himself to be. Extending from Stephansplatz is another pedestrian thoroughfare known as the Graben, or the Ditch. It used to be a part of a ...
... so food is a bit hard to come by. Nevertheless, we managed a snack then bought "a calorie bomb" for dessert! Tonight, after a fine dining experience, we attended a concert of classical Viennese music performed by highly acclaimed soloists and dancers. Prior to dinner we strolled to the park where we had photos with Mozart. The concert was wonderful. I've recorded some items for Josie's ...
... most beautiful minerals in the world, and this was one of the best specimens. They're called flowers of iron because they are commonly found in the same places iron ore is mined, and because of the delicate tendrils of snow white aragonite. Unfortunately, not many are found today because the modern use of explosives in mining iron ore destroys the delicate tendrils.
Again, most of ...
... Measuring a massive 30 feet wide, its construction was ordered by Emperor Maximillian II, the king of Royal Hungary, in 1572, to provide a public water supply. The fountain features a statue sculpted by Andras Luttringer of Maximillian, in full armor, as the legendary knight and town protector, Roaland.
On the Main Square, we saw aristocratic palaces and the baroque Jesuit Church. The people of Slovakia are deeply religious ...