- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... beautiful scenery. One day in Vienna was definitely enough. I had Weiner schnitzel AGAIN for lunch and again wasn't impressed but had apple strudel for dessert which still wasn't as good as I would expect but it was okay. But tomorrow I'm off to my final destination of Prague before meeting Wilbur in Melbourne on Sunday!!! WHOOOO As much as I love Europe I do not like this weather or daylight hours and cannot wait to be ...
... a statue of a naked lady outside, and more bric-à-brac, the mens covered in cheesecake photos. The food was good with of course wiener schnitzel being a choice. Cindy had ribs, and I had goulash. We especially liked the garlic herb bread with sunflower seeds and almonds. There was a toast at the beginning with a schnapps, and we aren't sure what it was, but it may have been a derivative of Kerosene. Warms the tummy don't ya know. The next morning ...
... wheat beer.
We ended up cancelling our original flights from Vienna to Dubai via Istanbul, now that I have the ability to still use Interline travel, so the small penalty of the cancellation fee was very much outweighed by the cheaper Emirates fare and being able to fly direct to Dubai. Unfortunately the Sydney flight is pretty full and lots of staff listed so we booked a flight home through Melbourne which should get us back to ...
... the cafe though was the atmosphere. In Vienna, cafés are not just places to drink coffee; rather they are for relaxing, places were you can spend hours perusing the newspapers. We stayed for a while but before long we were heading for another truly Viennese activity: opera! Our guide told us how to secure cheap tickets and, after an hour of queuing, we were in! The show was incredible. We were able to secure a standing spot for an extortionate four euros with ...
... hostel' signs and arrows that weren't hidden behind trees made it easy as well as quick. Within the first few minutes we were in Vienna it was also hugely more enjoyable than Salzburg, it was warmer and the sun had come out to welcome us.
However, it didn't take long before Vienna started to blow on our parade. As we left the hostel and headed to Palace Schönbrunn, a very cold wind picked up getting stronger so that by the time we left the inside of the palace ...