Hotel Am Augarten
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... fans of classical music enjoyed it tremendously. It was a combination of classical music by the orchestra, some opera, and even some ballet. All in all it was a magical night. Enjoy the pics and the video clips.
Marta & Paul
... well when in Vienna we had pretty much nailed the quintessential list tonight. The show finished and again our page was at hand to assist us exit the building through a quiet staircase in order to avoid the thousands of people trying to leave as well. Poor guy, kept getting mobbed by Asian tourists wanting photos taken with him. For us, he was of course happy to oblige. Fantastic night of culture and gastronomy! The night was still warm as we stood outside the hall. Rob ...
... The Stadhalle in Vienna, holding around 10,000 people was hosting the actual contest, and boy what a show it was! We actually saw the final dress rehearsal which took place at lunchtime in the Stadhalle and then returned to our hotel to see the grand final which worked well - it also meant that given the final votes being awarded at nearly one o'clock in the morning it was not far to get to bed - after a few additional night caps!
People can be rather ...
... of our extremely tired state. It is also pretty overwhelming to all of a sudden be surrounded by a language you don't understand... So far in all of my travels I've been able to understand a decent amount of whatever language is spoken there. That's not really the case here. But that's okay! Because learning new things is the best! We went to bed super early last night and I slept super hard. Now, we we awake and clean and ready for some more ...
... of his years in England. He inadvertently contributed to several Bavarian army members addiction to cocaine. And he loved his dog. In his later life he suffered terribly with cancer of the jaw (he famously smoked a cigar) and died in 1939. I highly recommend a visit to the museum!
Having previously bought tickets on line, that evening we partook in a little dinner at the Bristol Hotel (I know, doesn't sound very Viennese does it) and music courtesy of ...