Suite'Hotel am Kahlenberg
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... train to the Vienna Circle tourist tram stop, and went on a 20 minute city tram ride around the city. Oh wow the buildings in Vienna are absolutely beautiful; I had forgotten how much so. I would have liked some more time and the chance to take some photos but the tram didn't stop at all these places. I really feel like I'd love some more time in Vienna....maybe when we come back in a couple of weeks time?
On the train again to at least go at ...
... Baltimore, but in a much smaller foot-print. It is entirely mixed usage, with apartments and offices topping commercial spaces at street level. It makes for a lively mixture of use at all times of day, every day. So there are no "dead" zones, where you might be afraid to walk at certain times. In fact, I have yet to find a section of the city where I would not venture. This density helps to make the public transportation more viable, it doesn't have to cover as much ground. But, it's not ...
We arrived in Villach right across the street from the railway and had fifteen minutes to make our connecting train to Vienna. We found the platform without incident and our carriage and seats.
We were travelling by QBB railway system so the seats were large with plenty of leg room? At around 3.30pm it started getting dark and as we hadn't eaten since 8am breakfast we had an early "dinner". The menu was extensive and the food remarkably ...
... commands respect in the city centre. Once the heart of the royalty of Vienna we enjoyed the imperial surroundings that were surrounded by men dressed in knickerbockers, velvet coats and white wigs selling their wares. Vienna is famous for its coffee. We sampled a drop with a piece of apple strudel while stealing the shop keepers power from a nearby powerpoint. Our camera, iPad & kindle run flat pretty quickly and with no means of charging it we are relying on ...
... 8217; resurrection). In an adjacent room there was a life size replica of the Shroud of Turin. It was incredible to have seen these items. It really made me think about the sacrifice that God made for us.
The next stop of the day was the Basilica of St. John Lateran. Since I had already been there before, it was nothing too new to me. Since we were running low on time they actually rushed us through it. However, it was really nice to go back and take a closer look at the row ...