Austria Trend Hotel Donauzentrum Wien
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... among the world's most important. I love ancient Egypt more than a lot of things, and I was so blown away. There are more than 17,000 objects, the oldest being from about 3500 BC! There were many, many sarcophagi, a few mummies - human of course, but also a cat, a baby crocodile, an adult crocodile, a snake, and more. The ceremony and dedication that went into wrapping the mummies was evident. I enjoy reading historical fiction set ...
... and statues are everywhere, holding up balconies, lining the roof tops and framing entrances. One of the best careers back in the days when Vienna was being built, must have been stone masonry.
Emperor Franz Joseph realised that he and his family could not live in splendid isolation in their palaces and keep the peasants at bay for ever.
So 150 years ago he decreed that the city walls be demolished and that the lower and middle classes ...
... d seen so far. Next we walked by an apartment where Mozart lived at one point. We thought about going in but were too hungry so decided to keep looking for a good place to eat. We ended up at a cafe/restaurant/gelato place where we split a bacon wrapped goat cheese salad, and I got a Samurai penne dish while Maggie got some veal schnitzel that she swears was the best she's had yet! Reminded her of the way Terry does it and ...
A very good meal followed by a digestif in the bar on the 58th floor. Excellent.
We started promptly in the morning and got through most of our business by the time I had to leave at 1.30. Fortunately the railway station with a train to the airport is only 10 minutes walk away, but it was a walk through drizzling sleet - not at all pleasant. Once on the train it was under cover most of the way with just a ...
... fact. We’ve both loved Vienna and it is definitely on my hit list of places I’d return to, two days was only just enough to scratch the surface! Dinner was at the same place we had visited the night before but this time we ordered the ‘famous goulash’ (apparently the Viennese Mayor dines there regularly) but it was a bit of a disappointment as our last meal in Vienna. But never mid, we’ve had fun and now it’s Adeiu Austria and hello Czech Republic and Prague!