Hotel Pension Bosch
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... are joined with contemporary museum architecture
Michaelerplatz is one of Vienna's most famous squares, thanks to its proximity to the Hofburg, Vienna's Imperial Palace. Many tourists head straight for the palace, but there are some other noteworthy sights around the square as well.
The Hofburg Complex - Michael's Square was originally a medieval castle built in the 13th Century, but today only the castle chapel ('Burgkapelle') demonstrates ...
... of the dome. It was all supposedly put in place for restoration of the dome, but we didn't see any restoration going on.
So did I mention that this church was huge? That means that the elevator went really high. Mr. Steves said that if you are at all afraid of heights, you should not do this. And he wasn't kidding. Even I got nervous as the elevator rose high up into the air. Once I was on the scaffolding, with a solid floor underneath me, I was fine. Until, that is, a ...
... exactly the boat was. We ended up going up a bridge and once we could get a clear view do the river, we could see where we should be and so we arrived back at the boat rather bedraggled but relieved to be back on board (just in time for Happy Hour). The Panorama sailed for Budapest around 5.00pm. There was a Captain's Gala Dinner at 7.00pm which was very enjoyable and then it was time to rest our weary ...
... took me over to the school (750 students and 53 staff) of which she is headmaster. Amazing woman. Big job. Couldn't resist taking a pic of her laying down the law from behind her desk (in reality she's sort of a softie!!)
In the afternoon Alex, Max and I went in to ...
... The inside was very elegant and it was rather obvious to see why so many writers choose to engage in thought provoking exercises in such a place.
With Meghann gone to catch her flight, my last point of call in Vienna was to go to the top of St Stephens dom, I was expecting to climb it but turns out it is an elevator to the top. The views were nice but it wasn't particularly enjoyable with the rain coming every which way and the wind whipping around the building.