EuroHotel Airport Vienna
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We've just got back from our Vienna bus tour. A bit of a disappointment, well that's too strong. Requires explanation.
Due to the distance travelled last night the boat reached Vienna in the late morning, and after an early lunch we got onto the bus with the German speaking passengers around 1.30. Fabulous modern comfortable bus. The docking station is 6Km from the city, and the route into town passes through an industrial part and isn't pretty. The description ...
... was incredibly delicious! Both my friend and I wanted to lick the bowl clean after we'd eaten everything.
Now I needed to come up with a plan for my last week in Vienna. I still had so many things to see, so many places to visit and so many food to try! It would be hard to leave this city and my 3 weeks of living here. I'd started to get familiar with this place and I definitely wasn't ready to give up my German lessons that I enjoyed so much. ...
... life as someone who was torn apart by her royal family, the deaths of her kin, and her ultimate demise in the assassination on her life. What made her so interesting was the extravagant and self-centered life she led. She was known to spend three to four hours a day on her looks, dress, and beauty. The museum walks through these years and displays many of the dresses and belongings that she adorned. Good museum, but very small ...
... there. It was hot and sunny today and lots of people were sitting around with drinks. We then went over to the Belvedere Palace, past a huge Russian war memorial with fountain and the Vienna Technical School. I went over to the Capuchin church to see the Kaiser vault, where all the emperors and close family members of the Hapsburgs are buried in row after row of sarcophagi. After this we headed to dinner at the place our friend Christina recommended - Heindl's near ...
After leaving this palace we cycled over to the Sisi Museum which was the home of the Emperess Elizabeth who led an inetresting live and did not like her regal role and was some what oif a rebel.
Great exhibit followed by a look at how she and her family lived.
Finally we stopped by the home and now museum of Sigmunf Freud and also we found the childhood home Max Gross, father of Francine VanScoyc who is a member of ...