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- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... families who called this Palace their home. Including the musical history - at one point I was standing in the ballroom where Beethoven auditioned for the queen at 6 years old!!! The Palace grounds were just as good as the interior. Beautiful Christmas trees and markets provided me with delicious gluevine to help sustain my walk around the gardens and up to the fountains for a birds eye view of the Palace in all it's glory - Kettenburg fresh food markets ...
... restaurant was directly over the water with a full view of the opposite shore. Being clearly a popular meeting place and choice romantic spot we were quite lucky to get in on a Saturday night without reservations, but luckily they had a spot for us for at least 60 minutes. Funny enough another American couple also shared our fortune as walk-ins and was seated next to us, making it feel much less foreign. I ordered a local Zinfandel thanks to a donation made ...
... Sisi has become this huge commodity in Vienna, with products galore named after her. Just weird.
Anyway, we found the museum visit far more interested. We first visited the armory museum (absolutely awesome display of knight's armor and weaponry, the museum of musical instruments (room after room filled with instruments used during the Hapsburg era) and the Ephesus museum ( a couple small rooms filled with relics taken from Ephesus in Turkey – they ...
... is very grand! Again no photography was allowed so I'll try again to get some good photos from Google. There is so much gold in this apartment as well as on many monuments and buildings through the city. The Palace was used by the monarchy until 1916 during the First World War. Now it is used mainly for political events. The Austrian President also resides here. On a very glum wet day I joined two English sisters I met to ...
... fire out at 1 many people stayed up later.
Today was a crazy day. By the time we woke up for breakfast several people had already left for the airport. Some people left at 4:30 am and some at 6 am. Breakfast felt empty with people already missing. Slowly we trickled off campus to either return to the States or go see other parts of Europe. I left around 11 with a friend, Kateri, to catch our flight to Vienna. We had no idea what gate our flight left from until they were ...