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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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From the underwhelming reviews we’d had about Vienna, we weren’t overly excited at visiting the Austrian capital. However it was the most practical path to Bratislava and Budapest from Plitvice. There were also beautiful parks and museums with the added bonus of a chance to see the Viennese Opera - so we decided to spend one day waltzing through Vienna!
We arrived late on Sunday after a full day of travel from Plitvice ...
... usually unpleasant. There are no frightening gangs of riffraff hurling obscenities or other things are innocent folks. With extremely rare exceptions, guns are not a factor in the city. The most common crime problems are pick-pockets and burglaries. Neither of which have we experienced, but we have heard of those who have.
The Eighth District, in which we live, is the smallest district in the city. It also has the least amount of green space. Vienna has a good amount of ...
... and other carriages attached to our train for the Paris section. We both must have been sleeping during that stop for we never heard anything.
We decided we have done the "night train thing", never again. It's nothing like the movies, "The Orient Express" or the like. We would fly long distance routes in future.
Our train arrived at Paris Est station right in time.
Alighting that train Where we both nearly died We strolled through Vienna Slightly hagged and tired To a building for home An embassy shared The Kiwis and Aussies In this building were paired We came here to vote Put our two cent worth in Tick our two boxes And hope for a win We found that Vienna Was a sanitary place Preened, pruned and ...
... hotel. He wanted to show us everything Rome had to offer. After a whirlwind day, this wasn’t exactly what we had in mind but decided to go with the flow. He dropped us off as the Piazza Novona, the Spanish steps, took us to the Vatican and before he could take us any further, exhaustedly, I asked him to call it a night and take us home. In one day we had set foot in 4 different countries. A first for ...