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... Stephensplatz so we could see the incredible cathedral. Oh, I'm so glad we did....it was nice being in the old city centre again and St Stephens was also more beautiful than I remembered, with it's gothic architecture. I love gothic cathedrals.
Many men were dressed like Mozart trying their best to sell concert tickets. The city certainly oozes art and music. We couldn't help but consider the vast difference between Vienna and Athens! There was ...
... as Manhattan with skyscrapers crowding out the sun. Most of the buildings top out around six stories, giving the sun a chance to warm the streets even in the winter. As a pedestrian, you don't feel like you're walking in dark canyons.
Vienna doesn't have the bicycle culture that Amsterdam has, but it still has a pretty good infrastructure for biking options. Most of the busier streets have designated bike lanes, often sharing the sidewalk area with pedestrians. They ...
... good in fact. After eating to settled back and rested. This was a fast train, the carriage indicator showed at times reaching 175kmh.
We arrived in Vienna on schedule at 7.30pm. It was dark of course and very, very cold!
Luckily we had our scarves and head gear at the ready. The taxi stand was just outside the station and twenty minutes later we arrived at our hotel, positioned in the city centre, aptly named Hotel City Central.
... of the apostles. Also, I did not know that the skull of St. Paul is kept in this basilica above the altar.
The director of our program then took us to a convent with a small chapel. It was off the beaten path, but the chapel was very important in giving us insight into the (fake) life of Constantine. There were frescoes that lined the walls dedicated to the life of Constantine. It followed Constantine’s life until he became emperor and then left Rome to ...
... who was affectionately known as Sissy. We walked through the endless museum of crockery and cutlery and I was amazed at how rich they were. Everywhere we looked there was gold and silver from floor to ceiling in all shapes and sizes. Next we went into the state apartments of the royal couple. I really enjoyed this part of the palace because it told the story of Empress Sissy's life. We learnt of her childhood where she loved the freedom of living on a nice big estate in ...