Hotel Mercure Wien Westbahnhof
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We reached Vienna station about 6.15am and then took a Transfer train to West Banhoff which is the main station on this side. the Hotel is just acorss the Exit of the Hotel. the check in was smooth and the Hotel very nice. we just dropped the bags in - frehsned up and set off for the town starting at the Stephansdom - St.Stephen cathedral - 12th …
... every movement in the pit: it was just fantastic ... a year on a remote aboriginal community followed by 3 years on a jungle island added up to 4 years in the opera wilderness and this was a spectacular reintroduction :)
It was beer in the Green Room when the interval came round. I haven't had beer in a Green Room since my student days working behind the bars at the National Theatre in London! The walls were covered ...
... The pairs rehearse for weeks before the event and must pass an audition to be included in the presentation which is danced to the Viennese Waltz. Dignitaries from around the world are present and tickets for this event are as high as €1540! There is the opportunity for 1000 people to also attend but you can only attend once in your lifetime. Tickets are sold a year in advance.
Dinner was of course Schnitzel again! Off to Salzburg!
... and arrived at our hotel fairly early, not sure if we would be able to check in or not. Luckily our room was ready so we dropped off our stuff and and went for a walk around our end of town. Walked up to Stephensplatz where the cathedral is and had a walk around it - parts of the original church remain from 1147 although ...
... was really nicely decorated. We had potato soup, veal with mash and Brussels sprouts and a berry and vanilla custard thing for dessert, all of which was delicious. The concert was in a big room with huge chandeliers hanging from the ceiling and the orchestra played Mozart and other local composers. There was a mixture of music, ballet and opera and we all really enjoyed it. Back at the hostel about 10:30, everyone hit the bar and I went to pack and go to ...