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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... she looked up 96 feet to the height we would be swinging round in a few minutes, she didn't look very excited. We survived and in the process saw a really good 360 view of Vienna. She was more willing to spend her money when she and Katie spotted a massive bag of candyfloss. Next we visited the most colourful house in Vienna which was so pretty and had icecreams. Lucy learnt how to write a postcard for herself, after I told her she couldn't just ...
Hello from Vienna/Wiens. Just heard the bells from St Stephens striking the half hour. We are about two blocks away.
A very comfortable bed resulted in a good nights sleep. We both needed that after a big day. The rain certainly makes to difficult. It was a bummer to arrive in Vienna with it raining. The best thing that we did yesterday was to catch the train from Krems as it rained from Krems to Vienna. The next best thing ...
The Monday morning departure actually went smoothly for everyone but me. We got the boys up a little earlier than usual so that they could ride along to drop Grandpa off at the airport around 7 am before getting to school by 8 am. Grandpa was up early and trying hard not to pace, so I ushered them out the door before getting myself ready to catch the train to Vienna. I caught my intended train out of Godollo no problem, and it should have gotten ...
... everything is lit up and festive. I'm always a sucker for Christmas lights! Today we also ended up in the Votive Church, and impressive looking building in the neo-Gothic style. It was build in the 1850s after an assassination attempt (failed) on Emperor Franz Joseph. His brother decided it would be a good opportunity to build a church to celebrate the sparing of the Emperor's life, so it was built on the spot of the assassination ...
... if the students would be ok with a 'nap break’ halfway through class? (for me that is… they already get their naps in during the lecture)
After a good nap and a power shower, I was ready for round two of Vienna. This time I tied to follow the suggested ‘hop on- hop off’ strategy using the city trams. This worked reasonably well. The old town of Vienna is surrounded by a ...