An der Wien
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I leave my Airbnb house and make my way to the Metro where I head for Keleti where the International trains run from. I go to train information but get shooed away as I need to get a ticket to be next despite there being no one else there. I get my ticket and queue up with myself. Meanwhile someone walks in front of me to the info desk and also gets shooed away. I'm called up and enquirer about ...
... what it would be like but we tarted ourselves up in the outfits we had dragged half way round the world and boarded the tram for the city centre. It was touch and go as to whether we would arrive safely, as the last 100 metres was over cobble stones and the old girl was a bit tottery in her high heels.
We made the venue and were ushered into a magnificent room on the first floor. We were taken to the front of the room and given a choice of seats - the package deal people got ...
... site of everyone on the highway! That's something you don't see every day.
Drove straight to Melk and visited the Monastery. Bev seemed to enjoy it and it was interesting to see it in Spring instead of covered in snow like last time we were here. Had lunch at the Monastery cafe (not part of the same chain - we broke the cycle!) sitting at the outdoor terrace in the sunshine. Very pleasant and the food was surprisingly nice for such a tourist hot spot. Even ...
... the reception rooms are resplendent and richly decorated. The Musikverein has a beautiful glittering auditorium but the reception rooms are plain with no ornamentation.
My favourite memory of Vienna will be of walking along Kartners Strass, late each evening, beneath the beautiful sparkling Christmas lights. The nights were clear and crisp with no wind, and despite the low temperatures, it was a truly delightful experience.
... by an orchestra, singers and ballet dancers. The music played was enjoyable as the scores were well known by most. This concert was held at the Kursalon in Johannesgasse, the third district of Vienna. It sits in the Stradtpark which is a public park with play areas and of course more statues. The most impressive of this is the gold plated one of Johann Strauss. The building itself is rather spectacular with its terraced steps, wide veranda sand large glass ...