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... there are no fences but crop by long strips with different crops side by side. Same crops as in Germany and Austria, wheat, barley, maize and sunflowers. After we got over the Austrian border there were huge rows of wind farms, literally hundreds of wind towers generating electricity for the country. PM - Just before arriving into Vienna Central rail station, it started to pour rain. By the time we got off the train, ...
My master-level Cultural Tourism II class had an excursion as part of the lecture time, in which our prof took us to Vienna for a little more exploring. Our first stop was at the Schronbrunn Palace where we got to tour through the palace and learn more about the cultural significance. The tour was actually a lot of fun - we learned more about Marie Antoinette and Marie Terese while going through all of their old rooms.
In general, there are two kinds of guests: the nice ones and the ones not that nice.
You might be surprised that back at the beginning of my work placement (ages ago, more than 8 months to be exact) all of the German speaking customers seemed to me as the second group. There is a simple explanation for that: I did not understand a single word – not much has changed since then though. Not only my inability to communicate but also ...
... front of Schonbrunn Palace in the square. The palace it the former imperial Rococo summer residence and has a wopping 1,441 rooms. It was built back in the 1600’s and now is used mainly as a tourist attraction. Behind the palace is the gardens which extend to include the Vienna zoo and several large greenhouses, mazes, statues and fountains.
Joel and I walked through the gardens which was a bit of disappointment due to most of the ...
... the palace lost it's appeal we took the metro to the world's oldest and largest Ferris Wheel, Wiener Riesenrad. Built in 1897 and reaching over 212 feet tall it was a terrifying ride. The cars were creaky and swayed in the wind, though the view was spectacular, I was very glad to have my feet back on the ground. We walked around the fair there for the rest of the day and enjoyed the freaky looking rides and oddly placed giant gorillas.