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... but Vienna has it beat. It requires complete presence of mind and is not for the faint of heart. The agenda was to pick up the AirBnB key at the hotel where the host works, then find it and drop my family off while I head to a park & ride on the outskirts of town to park the car (parking in Vienna is quite expensive if not nonexistent) and take the metro into the district where Felix lives. By the time all this was accomplished and I finally saw ...
... waiting for a couple staying in our hotel who she was taking on a tour that day. We explained what had happened at the Cathedral and Brenda immediately sprang into action. Walked back with us to the Cathedral, found someone in the know and determined that the tours occur on Saturday nights at 7:00, the meeting location was outside by the large tower and if it was raining or wet, the tour would be cancelled because the stairs are too slippery to climb.
A bit of r and r after cracking the 1000 mile mark. The unofficial guided tour of the Inner Stadt from Em, followed by an epic walk to and round Schonbrun Palace (the summer pad for the Hapsburgs) and coffee and cake at Cafe Central (where Brahms used to hang ...
... after class ended we loaded up into a bus and went to Rome. The professors were going to be showing us 4 different churches with the option of seeing one more during an hour of free time. We then had a nice class dinner in Rome at a restaurant near the Coliseum. The first church we visited was St. Paul outside the Walls. This church is a massive basilica that holds the body of St. Paul and chains that he was held captive in during his time in Rome. It was extremely spacious inside ...
... Diana of the 19th century. “ Maybe she’s a famous figure in other circles, but I was certainly entertained by the history and the narrative.
The Sisi museum did a good job of telling her story, and showed a number of her dresses and other artifacts. One room even showed pieces of her cabin in her private train car. The end of the tour showed the dress show wore in mourning of her son when he committed suicide, a similar ...