Hotel Zum Schwarzen Baren
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... kind of empire he was the heir to really helped me put it into better perspective. While I was being a library and history nerd, Maggie was off at the (?write a bit here...?) We then decided to make our dinner at the hostel, so stopped by a grocery store on the way home to grab supplies. Nothing fancy, just pork chops, potatoes and mixed veggies. Eating out at so many restaurants, especially trying to order cheaper items, has been making us a little fatter than ...
I woke up this morning finding an email newsletter from my language school informing me that Vienna had won the 'most liveable city in the world' title second time in a row! I was thrilled but also baffled because I'd always thought Melbourne to be the holder of that title. My independent research ie Googling 'most liveable city' proved the winner was indeed Vienna: http://www.imercer.com/content/quality- of-living.aspx
... the show, but for us, it was hardly anything special. At least we can say we saw an opera in Vienna!
We ended our night meeting up with Milica at a Serbian bar that an old neighbour of hers runs. It's called Kotor since he's originally from Montenegro and according to Milica, everyone in the bar was Serbian, except Jason and I of course. It's a really nice bar in a great location and we enjoyed our conversation and time spent with Milica again to end our fun, long, and jam-packed ...
... a small lunch before making it back to the coach. Next stop Vienna! After quickly checking into out hostel we got ready and went to the Mozart and Strauss concert. It was amazing! In a beautiful opera hall, all of the musicians were dressed in traditional style and the music was fantastic. There was 3 violins, a viola, a pianist, cello, bass, oboe, clarinet, flute and a percussionist. Joining them occasionally were two opera singers and two ...
... our neighborhood church and down the steps to our pensions. We also discovered a grocery store right across the street. U-bahn 3 took us to the starting point for our 6:00 pm walking tour. Arriving 20 minutes early, we walked down the center of the outdoor market across the street - enough time to buy Vienna bags. Walter was our knowledgeable tour guide. He kept us walking at a brisk pace, stopping only to highlight important historical events ...