Hotel Krainerhutte Helenental
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... to complete this circuit. We looked at the Museums Quartier and walked to the fountain in the Theresienplatz. Then to the Hofburg and Spanish Riding School. Next to the Albertina with the Albertina Fountain. Inside we saw the Habsburg Staterooms. Also in the Albertina we saw the "Monet to Picasso" Exhibition. We went to the Hofburg Treasury and saw some of ...
... by about 30 Benedictine monks. There is also a school of about 900 students on site as well. The ship continued on the Danube ( I should mention we have been on the Danube since Sunday). Later in the afternoon we arrived at Durnstein in the Wachau Valley. This is a little village known for apricots and wine of course. Both sides of the river were lined with orchards and vine yards. We walked into the village and stopped at a wine bar for ...
... to Vienna 2 hours earlier. Excellent. We had a good trip and got a taxi to our hotel. It's in an excellent spot. Right in the CBD and a lovely hotel too. We went for a bit of a walk and just had Burger King for dinner. A bit of a come down after the food on the boat. But kind of nice too to have something plain, even if it is fast food! We're both really tired. It's been a busy week. Actually, it's been a very busy ...
... stressful trying to get your bags down the narrow train corridors while roasting!!!! I found my bed at last and it was wonderful. I love long distance train travel overnight, there is something about falling asleep to the rocking and rolling of the train as it travels along, I slept with my blind half up and it took me a while to get off to sleep but I managed a few hours. Every now and again we would pull into a new station, at one stage I woke up and we were passing through Prague ...
... br> Our next destination was a nearby palace with some neat gardens. We first walked over to a huge square called Schwarzenbergplatz. There was a large fountain, wide streets, and beautiful Viennese buildings, including the French Embassy. Then we took a quick tram ride to the entrance of Schloss Belvedere.
The palace complex was built by Eugene of Savoy, a short and fat French Prince whose services weren't wanted by the French King. So he worked for the Hapsburgs in ...