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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the steep Castle Hill and the Danube River.
First, we explored the historic center on a guided walking tour. After, we took time to stroll the lively pedestrian streets of this charming city where local street vendors offer regional gifts before returning to Vienna.
In the evening, we took a short drive through the legendary Vienna ...
... making faces while the band made random noises - oh good improvisation jazz and scat. After the song stopped the singer still made faces, some members of the audience did not clap. The second song continued in the same vein but even Steve got into a frenzy as at one point the singer nodded his head to the audience to indicated they should clap now.
Start of the third song I said to Steve I was going to the ...
... that the monks began Vespers in Greek right before we left. We were able to listen to them chant, and again I was reminded of our own Vesper services back home. The only drawback is that we were not able to see much else because the monks were chanting Vespers.
On Friday we had class in the morning and then I went to go visit the Sisters of Saint Basil the Great. I was able to bring two of my close buddies with me to see the convent and meet some of the sisters. For those ...
... night before but we made the trek and we not disappointed with what we saw. Not only is there the monument which is a stunning building on its own but the view is incredible. You can see all over the gardens and the palace as well as all over Vienna it was truly spectacular!
After a couple of hours at the Palace and gardens we headed back to the Wombats to check in before heading out for dinner to a restaurant they had recommended. On our way to ...
... fabricated for use in more common ceremonies. These crowns would sometimes exceed the royal crown in beauty and splendor. After the king died, his personal crown would most often be destroyed, which is why few exist today. I spent about an hour and a half perusing the interesting artifacts of the treasury before moving on to my palace apartments tour.
I lined up for the tour outside of what many posters had advertised as “The Sisi ...