Austria Trend Hotel Beim Theresianum Wien
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... in Vienna today at around 35 degrees. Lisi kindly brought out two outdoor lounges and cushions and we snoozed for a while in the shade, appreciating a few lazy hours. We laughed saying it's like looking after the oldies in a nursing home!
We went for a walk in the afternoon around the town and into a nearby forest area where I tried my best to walk through some sprinklers....was hot hot!!
Delicious BBQ weber dinner in the backyard and ...
... to many of the Christmas markets! The biggest, one of the most famous ones in the world was at the city hall! It was the most beautiful thing ever!! So much Christmas! The only thing missing was snow! On our walk back to our hostel we got to have snitzel!! So good! Favorite part of this trip is alllll the ...
... in the afternoon I have been singing the song "Che será, será, whatever will, will be..." But somehow, I'm still so positive and I know, I'm going to have the time of my life. Because I know that my family and friends will always be with me, no matter what! :) As I said, I will try to keep a blog, so one day can make a book out of it, EnJoy & the Joy story :) Here a Quote I really love, ...
... highlight in Vienna was going to a concert at the Arsensl, this venue was stunning, and is now their military museum, also used for concerts. We had a cocktail reception, ascended the Ted carpeted stairs onto a magnificently decorated room. It was a Classical Musical Concert " a trip through the history of Austrian music". This was brilliant. Saw the lights of Vienna on the drive back to the ...
... were no side chapels. At the far end of the church, there was the altar and a huge mosaic. The mosaic was enormous and most was made of gold. Under the main altar was the body and chains of Saint Paul. They had envelopes to give a donation and have mass said for an intention there at the basilica. I had one said for my friends and family (with the Danovich, Navarrete, and Oania families in particular). Hopefully you all felt some prayers your way!
One unique thing about ...