Austria Trend Hotel Rathauspark Wien
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Having done the blue route on the Big Red Bus the day before we did the red route. This took us past many interesting sights including parliament house, the town hall, the university and flak towers built by the Nazis. We went through the old Jewish quarter that had 150,000 inhabitants before World War II but now only has about 10,000. The …
We arrived in Vienna about 9am. Tired but at least we were here having missed our booked train in Venice the night before. We dropped our cases at the hotel and headed to the nearest Big Red Bus stop. We met Daniel, from Wollongong, who now lives and works in Vienna. He suggested how we should use our tickets and sold us skip the line tickets for …
... it was so good. Then we had cocktails and dessert - peach chocolate cake. My cousin is an excellent bartender. It was so nice talking with them both and getting to know Christina too. We had such a good time that she decided to cancel her weekend plans so she could go to Olbendorf with us. It was late, so Christina helped us with the metro and we parted ways at Stephensplatz, three minutes from our apartment.
... to the auditorium looks ridiculously small, so big is the area behind the curtain.
As if this was not enough, once a year a debutantes ball is held under very strict rules of protocol and for this one day event, all the seats in the auditorium are removed and a false floor installed at stage level. It is a huge undertaking both for the theatre and for all those who take part and the centre boxes command prices of $20,000 for the night. There is never ...
... for the night when we arrived. All in all another successful day of our European adventures. With exhaustion setting in and Maggie's ankle starting to get worse (She had wrapped it up before our walk) we slowly walked back to the hostel to relax. Leaving it on a lighter note, our childish minds can't help but laugh at all of the "wiener" signs from various stores and restaurants... Being that Wien is German translation for ...