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- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Royal Crypt's, Vienna Arch Bishop's Urns and of course, rooms full of bones. One room had 700 people's bones from people who died from the Bubonic Plague. Anyway, it was interesting and creepy.
We are now back at the hotel for a little rest before dinner. There are some very cute restaurants just a few blocks over and we are going to check them out tonight. Tomorrow we are going to the Schoenbrunn Palace which was a summer home for the Imperial Family and has 1,441 ...
On our last night in the ski-fields we went for an evening walk and Ninnee invented a game where you stand up against hedges covered with big banks of snow… then have the rest of us ditch snowballs causing it all to avalanche down on her head (who's the grown up here? I ask you!)
We left Troplolach to its mid-shin deep snow and had a lovely drive to Vienna past endless white vistas. I was amazed to ...
... off to have a drink. Just after we arrived another couple walked in, Darcy being Darcy started chatting to them and they turned out to be awesome! Their names were Levy and Chila and they were locals. We chatted away until the bar closed and we got kicked out, so we continued to chat outside on the footpath. We found out from them that the area where we were staying is the "ghetto" are of Budapest. *gulp* They had to head home as they have work the next day but ...
... arty exhibitions. We only had a brief visit however as Thomas had discovered that Rapid Vienna had a football match that night and was eager to attend. After making dinner he left for the match and I spent the evening chatting with our new roommates.
The next morning we managed to cram in a lot of sight seeing. We saw, in no particular order, the Museum Quatier (again!) the University, the Opera House, the Viennese Stephansdom, the Hofburg and ...
... in conjunction with the Film Festival. Dozens of food stands line the Platz and an enormous screen is in front of the building with ample seating for the viewers. The movie options are mostly cultural classics: operas, ballets, concerts. One of the truly civilized features of festival dining in Vienna is the lack of garbage. Food is served on ceramic plates with stainless flatware, beverages are served in glasses. Wine glasses often require a deposit, but you get it ...