Am Sachsengang Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Rose to prepare for our train journey from Prague to Vienna today, great to see that Uber has extended to the Czech Republic, so using my trusty app we ordered an Uber black and Viktor arrived promptly to collect us in his Mercedes Benz E-Class. The fare for the short trip to the Prague main train station was 166 korunas or about $9 AUD. Our train, the Railjet 75, arrived on time and we boarded for an on time departure of 10:42am ...
... Opera to the Museum of Fine Arts – are among the most important sights in the city of Vienna. Leisure afternoon where we wandered around the ringstrasse area, looking at the shops and grabbed a quick bite to eat (kransky on a bun!). Spent the remainder of the day at our leisure. Jen & Dave had a date night at a Viennese concert (the Grissies paid treat as a thank you for all Dave's work in organising our ...
... that apparently has at least one of every bone in the human body, as well as a coat of arms made from bones, four huge piles of bones and various other structures. Now the church is supposed to symbolize equality in death and the hope of the resurrection. Quite the eerie place. We continued on to out next service stop which was a a strange Excalibur place. There was a comical castle with dragons on it and a mini amusement park. We just went ...
Sandy's research last night paid off. She decided that she'd like to go to the Vienna Time Travel Museum. A quick chat to the concierge and we had some tickets (plus tickets to tomorrow's sold out Cosi Fan Tutti show).
It was very clever, it started normally enough with lots of posters and a tour guide explaining the history of Vienna. Then you move into a movie theatre, strap ...
... palace and so much of the original elements are still there.
Most of our tour group spent the one hour of free time after the tour to see the Gardens, but we opted instead to pay 6 euros for tickets to a side museum called the carriage house. This small museum housed dozens of the horse-drawn carriages used by the Imperial family over centuries. They had a different carriage for every purpose imaginable and they were all decorated suitably. I had 3 favorites: ...