Mate Dependance Hotel Vienna
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... try and go out to the "Bermuda Triangle," which is the area in Vienna where all the supposedly great nightlife is. We tried to find a fun place where we would feel comfortable, but bar after bar was filled with smoke and ew gross. Europeans have not gotten the memo that smoking cigarettes is not cool anymore. A small group of us finally found a cool bar that played all our favorite songs from ...
... like water (over 2000 mirrors attached to a computer) and the honeycomb chandelier (over 3000 individual crystals in a honeycomb pattern suspended from the ceiling. Looking around the store there were so many shiny things. Amongst the necklaces and rings we found a number of crystal animals everything from a big glittering dragon to small sheep and frogs.
After the store Mark and I separated from the group and made our way to the Stephansdom in the middle of town. Once ...
... Our last day we did a wine tour and it was lovely. There was sun, wine and us biking through the Austrian countryside. At one of the stops there was this broken castle at the top of a massive hill which we climbed and we had 360 views of the area, vineyards for miles and little townships dotted everywhere, very very sweaty mind you and if it wasn't for this fit old man making sure we made it to the very top, I ...
... made me feel better about coming to terms with it, and then if we did at this point by miracle find the entrance to this supposed opera performance it would be a bonus...I was more dirty on myself if anything, as if me, Emma Dow would ever be scammed...I'm not gullible or trusting.
ANYWAY, after 20 minutes of frantic searching, we were directed outside the palace and down the street to a smaller nice looking hall like ...
... were many displays we didn't see. We did enjoy some of the ancient Egypt displays, but we missed the Greek and Roman displays. We saw some of the 'knick knacks' of the Habsburgs, and we saw the special Faberge collection. The latter included eggs covered with gold and precious stones, one of which contained a most delicate and beautiful ship, and another which contained a golden train, several cars long. Such beautiful art!
Just a little exhausted tonight . . ...