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Travel Blogs from Vienna
We went across the road for a coffee (and a beer - as you all know I only have 1-2 teas or coffees per day) and caught up. That night we walked a couple of blocks around the corner to an Austrian Restaurant (recommended by the boys at reception). David had pork medallions in peppercorn sauce and I had grilled pike-perch (or was it perch-pike). Yum Yum Yum.
The next morning David (being an early riser) left the room at about 0715 (oh, and the room wasn't ...
... with a treble clef printed on it!
Back at the Hotel Will was feeling hungry, (as were we all), and there just happened to be a vegetarian restaurant next door! We had a great meal, a banquet of mixed dishes, and enough over for a doggy bag for the next night!! Lauren & Gregg lingered late over the celebrated tofu and a few beers, Will and I went to bed early. We were to ...
... the stables, fountains and orangery. Our final destination for the day was the gothic-style Stephensdom church. We stopped to take a few pictures and were really impressed by how the interior features were so dramatic. They too were very gothic and very old with colourful but not too over-the-top stained glass windows. We decided that we still had a little energy left, so we headed towards our final FINAL destination, the Donauinsel island which is surrounded ...
... lots) shopping, they got to ride on the local bus( water) , and only arrived back to the hotel well passed 12. Luckily this morning is a rather leisurely one for them to recharge their batteries before we head off to Marano Island to see all the galas factories. We are all having a great time, sometimes with a bit of history/art/geography information overload, but I'm sure we will remember some of it in the ...
... the city. The orchestra from Torino was great. This evening, I was able to attend a concert in the Vienna Concert House of Verdi's Requiem by the orchestra del Teatro Region di Torino with Noseda conducting. Of course, it was wonderful with the orchestra and choir m asking the most of soft and loud that the space allowed. The quiet made you lean forward in your seat. The fortissimo sat you back with the wooden orcehestra platform resonating the percussion and string ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed