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Several people coming to the conference asked for help in finding lodgings in Vienna after the meeting. A Knoxville, Tennessee, USA, travel agent, Jane Kirkendol who specializes in Austria, has gathered basic information for hotels and events Nov. 11 through 14.

For moderately priced accommodations, she is suggesting the Pension Pertschy located at Hapsbergergasse 5. The rates for that small facility are about US$75 single and $100 double/night and include private baths and toilets and breakfast each morning. The Pertschy is well located inside "The Ring" within walking distance of St. Stephen's Cathedral and two Metro stops.

She also has information on visits to the daily training sessions of the Spanish Riding School; daily evening concerts in Schoenbrunn Castle; State Opera programs such as ballet on November 12 and Puccini's MADAME BUTTERFLY on November 13; Volksoper programs; and an evening in a Grinzing wine tavern. She can also assist you with airline reservations, as well as these and other event reservations.

Jane is an agent of the Carlson Wagonlit Agency in Knoxville. She can be reached at WATTS line 800/817-0733 access code 88 or at 423/688-5497. Her email address is JKrkdol@aol.com and fax number is 423/687-0843.

The Alliance believes Ms. Kirkendol to be a highly reliable agent who is registered with the Austrian National Travel Agency; however the Alliance assumes no responsibility for your arrangements with her and receives no compensation or fees from her for assisting you.

You can certainly have some enjoyable days in Vienna after the conference with many arrangements and reservations already made for you. Why not make a full week of your trip and enjoy the Alliance Conference and Vienna, too!

More information about Vienna and its many attractions is available at the Austrian Tourist Office's web site.





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