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 …
... to see all that we missed. There is only so much you can do in a couple of days and I was rather exhausted tonight (must have been the 8km yesterday and 5.5km today!) so Peter went out hunting and brought back some rather good Chinese food to our room. And, yes, he got the life story of the Chinese lady in the shop!!!
So now a couple of days travel via Zurich into Italy where we will have a slow down and quieter time beside Lake Como. Well, that's the plan!
... br> 4:00 -5:00 PM: Spanish Riding School: Did the guided tour and took a look behind the scenes.
Relaxed in the sunny Volkspark with a drink on the way home to the Hotel/Pension in Museumstrasse 3A
Dinner at a Pizza Place at Spittelberg
17 May 2015
11:00 AM: Leopold Museum
- Vienna 1900, Leopold collection of Gustav Klimt, Egon ...
... the "artists" that they will not paint on any of the historical buildings. We learned that a meal without wine is called breakfast. All our local guides have been excellent; very knowledgeable and they all have had a good sense of humor to lighten up all the historical information. Using the WC in euro based countries has been much more expensive than non-euro based countries and there is no quantity ...