Austria Trend Hotel Beim Theresianum Wien
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... from Klimt and Kokoshka.
We wended our way back through the gardens and onto the subway again, coming out at Stephansplatz, right in front of St Stephens cathedral. It is supposed to be the most visited attraction in Austria, and certainly the crowds were out in a sunny Saturday afternoon. As a cathedral it was not as impressive as we expected and it looks a little dirty. Inside seemed a jumble of styles, not helped by a modern installation ...
14 May 2015
Museum's day in the Castle Belvedere
Used U2 and U1 to Suedtiroler Platz / main train station (Hauptbahnhof)
Walked 15 minutes to the Castle Belvedere
Upper Belvedere - permanent collection with masterpieces of the collection
- Medieval Art - Rueland Frueauf d.A. ...
... huddled together trying to keep warm in a freezing climate. Leo also found the seals to be an interesting site, and we watched the polar bear sit on his back haunches to throw a ball at the wall. The penguins were a hit, particularly the baby emperor who was squawking up a storm and flapping his wings like mad. The red pandas didn't get a look in from Leo, I think they were just not active enough for him. Rest over, the next day involved a car trip along ...
... overview of the town by our local guide, then we were turned loose for an hour. We wandered around and stopped for a cappuccino at Emily's where we sat in their courtyard and enjoyed the sun. We drove through the wine country on the way back to Vienna. They produce 70% white to 30% red wine. It is harvest time so there was a lot of activity. We got dropped off by the Opera House and walked over to Nachmarket which is a huge narrow ...
... at floor level across from where the horses enter and leave. As we were below the Royal Box, the salute at the beginning and end of each section of the performance was made to our section. I bought a DVD and cannot wait to get home and watch it again. After the performance, we grabbed the HOHO to go to Schonbrunn Palace where we planned to see the PalmHaus ( a huge greenhouse ) and have lunch in the restaurant there. However, it is closed for renovations, so we got back on ...