Suite'Hotel am Kahlenberg
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... is so fantastic! He wrote many laws intending to stamp out widespread bribery and corruption, and the punishments were brutal. Maybe if today's politicians knew that if they were convicted of corruption that their noses would be removed, they'd be a bit more honest. Eh, probably not!
Another really neat thing was seeing jewelry thousands of years old and thinking 'I know how they made that - it looks like stuff we make today - ...
... individuals and developers, to raise enough money to build grand official buildings in between and the Vienna State Opera House is one of them.
We went on a tour of the Opera House and it proved far more interesting than one would have expected. For a start, the main auditorium was completely destroyed by a bomb in the Second World War and was rebuilt to modern standards within the confines of the original walls. Some of the rooms within the complex ...
... t beat that. To drink I decided to take a night off from beer and got a strawberry smoothie while Maggie got a sweet berry tea. We finished it off with an After Eight Sunday that was the perfect end to the meal. Once again, thanks Dad for the great meal! It's a nice change to not have price be a consideration when ordering, within reason of course. Stuffed full from dinner we continued our walk of old town with the sun ...
... across the main access road at the airport - why they don't have a covered passage is beyond me. Like so many places, those coming by public transport are treated as a form of second class citizen.
The lounge in Vienna is not very pleasant but I only had a short time to wait before the flight was called. The signs said 'boarding' but this was not true. After a wait to go through security and then get into the ...
... front of Palace and the back garden area. Couldn't take photos of the inside but saw the rooms of the 1st floor where they lived whilst there and the amazing decorations. Absolutely unbelievable that people lived in these mansions (with entries big enough for their horses and carriages to walk through). After this visit we did a drive around of the inner city itself and drove past an opera house ...