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Travel Blogs from Vienna
... in Vienna, rather than exploring the streets of the city. It was here that we met two English guys cycling through Europe. We did manage to drag ourselves out, though, to enjoy an amazing slice of Sacher Torte at Hotel Sacher (a tradition performed by all Gassner women when returning to the ancestry city). Sacher Torte, for those of you who have not yet had the pleasure (and thus are trapped ...
... spiral staircase with a recently added tiny elevator running down the middle. No thank you to the tiny elevator.
We were close to the metro, and took a train downtown to eat at a fabulous ice cream shoppe. The waitstaff all wore cute striped sailor outfits HELLO! (Erin). Next to us a dapper gent also enjoyed the scene.
Have I told you how hot it was that day? Remember your oven? This was that hot. Remember when you accidentally took a ...
Today two blags are coming your way. This one is our typical day and the beautiful scenery I saw today on my walk. Our typical day includes breakfast at 7 followed by a city tour and following the city tour you can spend as much time looking around and shopping in any of the cities. We choose to take photographs and move around ourselves and then catch the metro back to the boat when we are ready. ...
... was that they hadn't finished tearing down the stage and things from the Vienna Philharmonic concert earlier this week, so some of the views in that main portion with the hill were a bit less exciting. The gardens were still gorgeous though, and worthy of much time spent in them, way more than we had to spend today. After the waltz around the gardens, we went to actual palace to tour some of the rooms. They have 40 rooms open to the public. This ...
... of sketches, watercolors, things of that sort. The sketches of the seven deadly sins were probably most intriguing to me, and yet somehow I missed remembering to take a picture of ANY of them....fail! T
he next exhibit was the permanent one, a collection of paintings from the Batliner Collection, entitled Monet to Picasso. I happen to love the Monet style of painting, but pretty much can't stand Picasso. I took a few pictures of paintings in this ...
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