Austria Trend Hotel Donauzentrum Wien
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... of a fan of those haunting recurring musical motifs, anchored by a whole row of double basses. We may not have looked like the Vienna glitterati in our one decent outfit each as we walked home on a balmy evening, but we sure felt like it! We had dinner at 10pm, along with all good Europeans. My pedometer app said that I walked a record 8.12km in one day!
Today we took in some music history in the old town centre, which was almost deserted on ...
... on the way a couple of times because of the huge crowd. We left before the end. Overcrowded, exits are shared with still incoming people.
10:00 PM: After the concert had a last drink (Absacker) just around the corner from our Hotel/Pension at Hotel-Bar San Sousi, Museumstrasse 1.
15 May 2015
10:00 AM -12:00 PM: ...
... was a masterpiece of baroque art. It was definitely showy. Massive archways each housing a painting set in a 3D frame if cherubs, all gold in colour. Then there was the roof, also painted very much in the style of the Sistine chapel. The front part was covered In statues in the colour of choice of gold. Every single inch of surface was painted on, sculpted on or decorated. It was a mind blowing vision of gold. We continued on to durnstein but I decided to stay ...
... there is perhaps too much attachment to the glory days of the empire and a great deal is done to preserve that past. While I believe knowing and preserving your past is certainly important to a culture, it is also important that you do not forsake your present of future for it, as a balance should be maintained. I should also mention that there is a great deal of war guilt here as well as in Germany, especially around World War II. People for the most part do ...
We left the hotel at 8:45 AM today. Everyone on our tour is very punctual. We have never had to wait for anyone yet. We were supposed to go to the Opera House for a tour but it was closed for tours today since the season is starting. It is open tomorrow, so we may try to go on our own nickel. Instead we went to St. Stephen's Cathedral. It was the most dreary church we have been in. Very dark. We ...