Austria Trend Hotel Messe Wien
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... now which made me happy. We also stopped at a specialty beer store - where we saw beer from Sierra Nevada! Patrick bought a selection for the evening. While he made pumpkin stew, we all drank beer and snacked on brown bread with a nice vegan spread that he bought for us. The spread was a base of pumpkin seeds and oil - very good. We learned that they use a lot of pumpkin products here. The stew was ready quickly, and we all ate till we ...
... stage was 25 metres to a safety curtain and behind that, the stage went a further 25 metres back.
This means that scenery can be dropped out of sight beneath the stage or hoisted up into the air very quickly. They never stage the same opera on two consecutive nights which means that there is an enormous amount of scenery and props and outfits to take care of - a logistical nightmare. Standing backstage and looking toward where the audience would be, ...
... sculpting put into them. Not to mention the countless statues and gardens surrounding each of these structures. We then continued down the street to the buildings of Parliament and finally to Hofburg Imperial Palace and its adjacent Library which has since become the Austrian National Library. Apparently the inside is comparable to the Trinity College Library in Dublin and I intend on visiting it again tomorrow morning as it ...
... city and walked through the pedestrianised area where all the shops, restaurants and amazing old church's, theatres, town hall and various other palaces are located. Back to the hotel (to write this!) and for a little rest before another free evening to go out for dinner and drinks. Dave & Jenny doing the Opera dinner and Concert tonight - date nite for them :) The rest of us grissies decided to ...
Today we visited an Aida coffeehouse for the last time this trip, but shortly after we settled into enjoying our apple and cheese strudels, the heavens opened up, and all of a sudden, the coffee shop was chock a block full of tourists trying to get out of the downpour! It reminded us of our first week in Vienna, when it was pretty cool and rainy. It must be just about time to go home! We also stopped in (before the downpour) at the Maltese Church - a ...