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In 1995, for the 100 year anniversary of Swarovski, the multi-media artist Andre Heller created a place of true amazement with 14 subterranean Chambers of Wonder.
Crystal works of art by well-known artists. 500 Crystals cover the dome and reflect light in all facets accentuated with music. The Crystaloscope is the biggest kaleidoscope in the world and ...
... gardens were the only thing immaculately finished in the 7 years that the palace was under construction before running out of cash. The two large fountains either side of the garden portray classical figures and are quite amazing. Thankfully we joined the last tour of the day at 5:10pm although we did get a German bogan along for the ride, who enjoyed complaining about seemingly everything; not very German indeed!
The tour started with the finished 20 rooms out of ...
What a start to the day. After a restless sleep in a hot hotel room I awoke startled to see 8:24 am in the red lights of the clock. The time is important to note as we were departing from the hotel at 8:30 am for the Swarovski Crystal World; a fine arts Museum featuring all things crystal inspired. For those of you who know Cashe well, he is slow as molasses and I had hoped this trip would help him to better manage his time. Well let's just say the boy can move fast when he has too. ...
After spending five days back in England we flew to Austria for our next adventure. What can I say....it is simply beautiful. We stayed in the alpine town of Mayrhofen. It has two lifts going up the mountains on opposite sides of the valley, however only one was working on the day we went up the Ahorn. The trip up took only 10 minutes, but being our first experience going up it was exciting. The views of our ...
My dad has had Riedel glasses for years... Little did we know, they are made in Kufstein!!!!!!!!! So when we found out we decided to go there and get a self guided tour of the Riedel glass factory. We were surprised at how small the insides were about 50ftx100ft. the glassblowing was awesome- you got to see how they shaped the glass with a cup and with a mold. And man was it hot in there! Those workers have to deal with serious furnace ...