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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the source of most of my train information and incredibly helpful) said, it is a beautiful new train. We do a fair bit of reading on the trains and just watching the scenery is relaxing. Peter is still making thermos coffee most trips so we can have an inexpensive picnic on the way. The most striking feature of the Czech countryside was the run down look and the number of abandoned and overgrown buildings in every little town we went through. ...
... insisted on drinking free saki with Trystan and gave us all Yume watches as a Happy New Year present. It was great. [Tip – worth booking if you plan to go… otherwise Mr OMG will add you onto spare seats at an already occupied table and introduce you to strangers so you can become friends].
NYEve is the 1 night of the year in Austria when the public can set off their own fireworks so basically the ...
... in and headed up to our room. It was so nice! We so did not feel fancy enough. We both had nice long hot showers and then had a little lie down. Except that the little lie down soon turned into a 4 hour sleep. We had just been so exhausted. We eventually woke up around 6 and headed down to reception to ask about somewhere to go for dinner. The lady at reception told us the name of a good restaurant and before we knew it she was calling up and reserving a table for ...
... of people had gathered in the nearby pop up restaurants and bars. A big screen set up in front of the Rathaus played an Austrian Opera film. I stayed and watched it for an hour, not understanding a word of course, but managed to gather that a man was hiding from the law and his lover was hiding him. There was also a pregnant peasant who worked for them and was behaving rather mischievously! That was all I gathered though! After wondering around the festival ...
... which takes just a few days, they start setting up the IceRaum. A huge ice skating park. There are a couple of rinks plus trails meandering through the park over the paved paths. It almost makes me want to ice skate. Of course, food, beer and punsch vendors are still around. The ice rink comes down around the first of March and it's pretty quiet for a while.
May Day brings a large parade and political rally to the Platz. More stages and screens. Not too ...