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... The insignia and jewels of the Holy Roman Empire - the Imperial Crown and Holy Lance.
The crown of Emperor Rudolf II which later became the crown of the Austrian Empire.
Precious items of the Order of the Golden Fleece.
Gems valuable beyond words, including one of the world's largest emeralds.
A giant narwhal tooth which, centuries ago, was thought to be the horn of a unicorn; and an agate bowl from Late Antiquity ...
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It was a private practice and the doctor was not there but they did point us in the right direction and a short tram ride later, we were able to find a public dentist, who rectified the problem.
So, by mid day we were free to start some sightseeing and headed into the centre of town. In my ignorance, I had expected Vienna to be ...
Being another Sunday, most stores were closed and we decided to get some laundry done and get some much needed relaxation to avoid being out in the sun during the hottest part of the day. Then we headed out and made the short walk to the old town of Vienna where our first stop was the magnificent St. Stephen's Cathedral. The coolest part of this church was the mosaic roof tiles which definitely separates it from the other ...
... I went to my hotel, just across the road, to change for dinner.
The hotel is not glamorous but entirely adequate and my room was comfortable.
For dinner we took a minibus to Tower 57, now the highest building in Vienna. The restaurant is on the 57th floor and has magnificent views all over Vienna. We were lucky in that it was clear when we arrived though the cloud came in shortly afterwards blotting out ...
... and a garden beds full of flowers. We had a bit of fun running around the maze and labyrinth ,and playing all the silly games they contained, then walked up a nearby hill to the Gloriete which provided spectacular views not only over the Palace and it’s Gardens but of Vienna itself. By the time we left it was 1.30 so we headed back into the city and searched out a lunch venue we had seen in a guide book - with no luck as usual! But we did find a small pub and enjoyed a beer and ...