Travel Blogs from Vienna
Svedotouring stayed here on Jul 29, 2014 during their trip titled: SLOVEvenia via Prague and Vienna.
One small positive moment: my maternal great-grandparents' surname means butterfly in German. While we were looking for the graves butterflies were fluttering all around. We did not see butterflies anywhere else in the cemetery. We all believed this was a sign that we were looking in the right place.
After that depressing endeavor we stopped to see the beautiful graves of Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms, etc.
... I'll get there and see if they'll let me in...and they did! A bit begrudgingly, but they kinda felt uncomfortable leaving me outside the Wine place (coz its really tiny and barely any room to really wait around) to see if someone wouldnt show. So I went in with my friend Adrianna, we were welcomed with a glass of pink wine... and lets just say the wine never stopped flowing! It was wine after wine after wine! And for the most part they were ...
... wouldn't include free bar snacks every night. But we stayed and took advantage of free anything anyway. Then Pauly and I moved to a table with some boys from London. There were 4 of them and they were all pretty cute. We took some shots and eventually ended up going to a bar with them. The bar was great! Jam packed with people and really lively. Tom and I made a deal that he would take the "balls on fire" shot and I would take the "titty twister" shot. So we ...
... to a school in the United States.
We also stopped by the Votive Church, which I have seen before but have not gone inside. It was commissioned in 1855. It also contains the tomb of Niklas Salm, a count who freed Vienna from the Turks back in 1529. The stained glass windows were very detailed and beautiful in the sunlight. A lot of churches lost their beautiful windows in World War II and have ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed