Am Sachsengang Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... settle for photos through the window of bus. Stopped at Schonbrunn Imperial Palace and was given 45 minutes to look around the grounds and then were taken for an inside tour. OMG ........this was one of 100 homes owned by this Imperial Family! We then had a tour of this unbelievable palace but were not permitted to take photos! I tried to capture the diverse architecture of the city. Lots ornate carved figures, ...
Arrived in Vienna about 6pm after most of the day driving. We didn't have long to get ready once getting to the hotel due to our drivers allowance of driving hours before we headed off to Pewter Carnival. Aimee is more excited than anyone else anywhere in the world at this particular time. She rides as many things as possible before being so hungry she has to stop for dinner, Sean manages one ...
... stick I have a big umbrella in the colours of the German flag. It allows me to get around much more then without it! I have just come of a hop on hop of bus tour, the classical musical history of Vienna is phenomenal Beethoven, Mozart, Strauss and many many more. Along with beautiful historical buildings of which many have been rebuilt after bombing in WW2, the city has an amazing 50% of glorious and immaculately presented parks. Vienna seems ...
... a combination of palace (a place for the king to stop on his travels) and a church, it really is architecturally spectacular. Unfortunately, architectural styles changed so fast that kings were constantly remodeling what had been built and they never got around to completing the structure.
Our guide had a heavy accent and it took us a while to figure out her explanation of the churches founding in the 1100s. Here is what we heard:
... but rather strange for us.
Em was not feeling good today so I left her in the apartment send went out - to bakery up road and home, to Belvedere Palace (excellent) and home, to Schonnbrunn Palace (terrible like being in London Underground in the rush hour) and home, to Kuntshistorisches Museum - very ************ounce but excellent as well.
I hope she is better tomorrow cos we are travelling to Prague.