Suite Novotel Wien Messe
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... we were siting in the middle (oh goodie). I didn't see a lot of sleep in my future. Though it wasn't that bad after 6 hours of the 11 hour journey because two people left (thank god). We were so happy not to have the two people because it freed up some space and the room wasn't so hot. But it got even better when the couple that was in the room with us started to push their chairs into a bed. Following their lead we made our room into a huge ...
... friends, and though I managed to stay awake all evening, I was just too exhausted to head out to the bar with everyone, so I curled up on the sofa-bed and was soon joined by one of the cats.
This was my third time in Vienna. The first time I'd been on my own; the second, it was a family affair. Though I like the city quite a bit, I'd mentally relegated it to my list of "Places I Don't Really Need to Revisit", so I didn't have any ...
... out into the gardens.....the main feature is a centre concourse of gardens, a massive waterfall and the Gloriette (an observatory thingy). In all it took us about 20mins to walk around it the whole of it. A thunderstorm rolled in just missing us which made for some pretty wicked photo op's. After visiting Vienna and Austria in general and learning of their history......they should be a superpower in todays world. The Habsburg Empire back in the day was massive for its ...
... hour. As soon as we got in the cab and got going it was easy to see what the hold up had been. The presidential election is in two months here, so there were people all over the street campaigning for their choice. Our cab driver, who is a Coptic Christian and does not want a religious leader was telling us how Saudi Arabianhas apparently dropped millions to support the most extreme candidate. It was pretty amazing to see the thousands of people that ...
... and we browsed that for a bit- hot Punsch, crepes, ornaments, cookies and other Christmas goodies. The palace looked somewhat similar to Buckingham palace, with two huge stairways that wrapped around to form a hemi-sphere in the front. Between them was a massive Christmas tree, decorated with lights and twinkling beautifully. We walked around for a bit, Tim got a ham and cheese crepe and then we decided to check out the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed