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... itself was in great condition with golden chandeliers, gilt wall adornments and portraits of the many members of the royal family. We undertook an audio tour which gave us a lot of information about the building but also it’s former residents. As with many royal families, they were quite the varied and interesting bunch - and it made me very thankful for being born a commoner in the 20th century! The palace is surrounded by the most spectacular gardens, including a zoo, a maze ...
Today we went to the city and visited the Belvedere art gallery inside a Prince's old palace. The Palace itself was amazing and it also housed the most famous picture of Gustav Klimt called the Kiss. After that we went a place called the Prater which is a permanent outdoor amusement park on our way ...
... our overnight bus to Amsterdam. Remember in previous editions how I told you the bus rides overnight were pleasurable? This one was not. Crowded, an hour late, and we got woken up twice crossing borders. Very little sleep had by all.
We arrived in Amsterdam at about 9am, caught up with Liv and ventured into the burbs to see our place. Please read emergency blog for more information. After "settling" in, we ventured into town on a glorious sunny day. Let me ...
... of Vienna is encircled by the Ringstrasse, a grand boulevard of fabulous buildings that stand where the old city walls used to be. The Ringstrasse was converted from defensive walls to baroque splendor on the orders of Emperor Franz Joesf I and all the main sights are either within the centre of the old city or on the Ringstrasse itself.
Patrizia begins with Albertinaplatz itself and the four statues erected after the Second World War to depict the horrors of ...
... much walking. We went to the Schonbrunn Castle to walk around the lovely gardens, and then to the Nashmarkt, which is a famous outdoor market where you can find all sorts of Viennese and many other ethnic foods. It turned out to be a much nicer market than I thought it would be, the stalls lining the market way are all permanent and very well kept up, with absolutely amazing cheeses, meats, sausages, and every other type of ethnic food you ...