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There's nothing like starting your morning with a 10 minute walk to the train station...in the rain. It was only drizzling though so it was quite refreshing. The beautiful thing about train rides is that it forces me to just sit back and relax. I can just enjoy looking out the window or even catch up on some sleep. The best part is that even though I'm simply relaxing, train rides are still productive because I am ...
... The shorter north tower also boasts of the
3rd largest bell in Europe called the Pummerin which weighs 22 tonnes.
This church is not only an iconic landmast in old Vienna but also where
Mozart pauper funeral was held and Napolean posted his farewell edict in
1805. From here we headed along Karntnerstrasse which is the main
shopping artery in Vienna alsted area and headed for breakfast to Cafe
Sacher - the famous 19th century caafe ...
... mind-meltingly cold, the freezing winds and snow biting into our very souls and however tight we pull our scarves and hats, or clasp our hands under our armpits for warmth, there’s no escaping the deep freeze. I’ve got five layers on and am still shivering. So when she thanks us all for being part of her group today, the words are barely out of her mouth before we’re heading for the nearest coffeeshop as fast as my crippled toe can carry us.
... stage again but instead led us to the bowels of the opera house. He showed us an enormous, green-lit, cavernous opening beneath the stage that must have been three stories tall. The set pieces from last night's performance of Carmen were all visible, just tucked away beneath the stage. Tons more set pieces were laid out in the caves, and our guide pointed out the set for La Fanciulla del West near the back. After saying hello to some stagehands who were thoroughly amused at our ...
... their ancestors in the Imperial Crypt one day.
After the Imperial Crypt, we took the metro out to the outskirts of Vienna, to Schönbrunn Palace. Schönbrunn was the summer residence of the Hapsburg royalty. It is a sprawling complex of baroque architecture, with an enormous garden. It is grand and huge and beautiful in the way that Hofburg is not – matching the palaces and gardens of the French royalty at the Louvre and Versailles. Like ...
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