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... Egypt and Rome, and so when I recognized some of the names on the displays, well, it was overwhelming.
Two in particular were a statue and a piece of the tomb of Horemheb, the last king of the18th Dynasty (about 1321 BC). Under Akhenaten, he was Great Commander of the Army. Under Tutankhamun, he was King's Deputy - and probably acted as King since Tut was so young. He even may have had Tut murdered when he became an adult - oh, ...
... to integrate. It was a mammoth town planning undertaking and has not been surpassed. Migrants were brought in to make building blocks and the project took 50 years to complete. At the end of it the Ringstrasse was opened by the Emperor on 1st May 1865 linking all the main buildings around the city with a boulevard 57 metres wide and 5.3 kilometres long, although it was not that long when the opening ceremony took place.
They sold off building blocks ...
Another early start to the day today as we were meeting our local guide, Peter, for a bus tour to Schonbrunn Palace which is 300 years old and the summer palace of the Hapsbergs - the ruling family of the area from 1278 to 1918. Maria-Theresa (mother of Marie Antoinette) lived there during the summer and in the winter palace in the middle of Vienna during the winter. The attached photos are of ...
We had a pretty short drive day today, 2.5 hours to Bratislava and then an hour to Vienna. We stopped in Bratislava to see the biggest castle in Europe which was not at all what anyone expected. We want for lunch in the old town which was really cute and had Mexican for lunch, I had a burrito and Simon had ribs which looked so good! Our hostel in Vienna was right in the city centre and when we arrived it was pouring with rain. After we settled in our rooms we went exploring for ...
Wonderful day today. Glorious weather.
We started off at the Naschmarkt. Quite a long set of market stalls and small shops along what looks like a medium strip on a city load. Lots of fruit and veg, fish, meat and deli shops along with snack foods, tiny bars, craft and souvenirs. Some segregation but not very much. Really good quality fruit and veg. The stalls looked as if they were supplying local food shoppers but most of the buyers ...