Austria Trend Hotel Europa Wien
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... morning. Der Musik Haus is a dedicated building which houses several floors of interactive and hands on sound science, with a whole floor given over to Viennese music. It is amazingly laid out and you could spend many more hours than we did, but was quite engrossing. We noted that we actually understand very little of how the ear works and of sound generally. So many famous composers lived in Vienna at some stage (and several of their graves are ...
... School: Visited the morning exercise with music, the training of the Lipizzaner Stallions.
1:00 PM: Cafe at Graben, close to the Plague Column (Pestsaeule)
1:45 - 2:45 PM: Time Travel, the Vienna History-Show that includes air raid shelter, Fiaker Ride , 5D Cinema, Music in Vienna, Habsburger Show
3:00 - 5:00 PM: ...
... the city area and saw the Monument Against War and Fascism which had a very unusual composition of statues. There is an entire section near the Opera House that is a pedestrian only shopping area mostly filled with upscale stores. We went to Schonbrunn Palace and Gardens. The palace is located in the Outer Ring area. It looks like most palaces of the era; modeled after Versailles. We toured many of ...
... have a collection of some of the largest meteorites in the world. There were four rooms, about 40 ft X 30 ft filled with rocks! It was very well done. We took lots of pictures for Keith. We had intended to visit the Royal Treasury to see the jewels and crowns ( it is Christine's day, after all) but we ran out of time, so that will have to wait until tomorrow. By now we are hot and tired so we treated ourselves to Vienna coffee (cold coffee with a scoop of ice cream in it ...
I had hoped to be able to show pretty pictures of Vienna in the snow, but we have not had any significant snow in conjunction with conditions favorable for photos. January and February are pretty gray in Vienna, the sun seldom peeks through the clouds. For the most part, the temperatures have hovered near freezing, give or take a couple of degrees. The moisture in the air is most likely to be fog, which condenses and drips off the ...