An der Wien
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... was not the company we had boarded - oh no!
She pointed on my ticket and indicated the next station we could get off at to join our actual train. Unlike TFL who made a mistake and charged us for their error, this company didn't mention a ting, probably realising we were Aussies from the outback. Thanks Westbahn, you have awesome staff and we greatly appreciated it!! The train was beautiful and I will definitely be looking into your timetable when I ...
... a fountain and memorial. But to what I am not quite sure.
We then made our way south towards Belvedere gardens attached to Oberes Belvedere. We entered the garden at the end and we were greeted with a beautiful line of bushes, statues, fountains and trees. Unfortunately none of the fountains were running due to it being winter. In the end courtyard. There were two fountains both with statues of what looked to me like children trying to restrain a mermaid. We also saw ...
... architecture, and one of the shortest work weeks in the world. Let this serve as a warning, I may pack my things, and you all may need to visit me in Austria. Dan said he would come with me too… :)
So three days later, we have not figured out the train/tram system. It's all good, our feet have taken us everywhere we need to go. Day One we had no idea where we wanted to ...
-Capitol is Vienna.
-Language spoken is the German language.
-Recorded in 2012, the population is 8.426 million
-They use euros in Austria as their currency.
-The major religion is Roman Catholic Christianity.
-Was an Austrian neurologist
-Founding father of ...
... The central ceiling below the unseen dome bears images relating to the four evangelists: the man for Matthew, the lion for Mark, the calf for Luke, the eagle for John. The magnificent windows at the sides of the Kirche am Steinhof portray seven saints (named underneath each frame) fulfilling Christ's commands both temporal (feed the hungry, clothe the naked, etc.) and spiritual; with above them a pair of flying angels and a quotation from the Beatitudes. The elaborate and ...