Schloss Weikersdorf Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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... Schonbrunn Palace means beautiful Fountain, and boy, was it beautiful! Gold leafed ornately covered ceilings and decorations, original period furniture, large tapestried wall hangings, Vienna's Ringstrasse is 5.3 kilometers long. Long enough to provide space for numerous monumental buildings, which were built during the period of Historicism in the 1860s to 1890s. Today, the buildings that stand there – from the ...
... Melk and Kremz on my hire bike that only had one and a half working gears! I was absolutely exhausted! But the travel books were right - it was definitely beautiful riding through little cobblestoned towns with magnificent castles, wineries and orchards, all whilst cycling beside the incredible Danube River. After Melk I went by train to Bratislava in Slovakia. Another fantastic town with old buildings, a cool castle and lots of great music performances in ...
... this in the flesh,gives me goosebumps. We rushed through the Greek and Roman sections with great regret ad ended up in a room with a really superb collection of Pieter Bruegel. Work like the Tower of Babel and The County Wedding.
To finish off the cultural day we saw Die Fleidermaus at the Volksoper. We had bought ticket a couple of months ago. A box to the side, up on the 3rd level but quite close. It is really interesting to see ...
... and Hayden. We didn’t manage to see a concert during our visit but did visit the Riesenrad, the ferris wheel that featured in The Third Man starring Orson Welles. The park was quite atmospheric although the ride on the Riesenrad proved a bit of a disappointment as it is quite a small wheel and we did not get the breadth of views we had in, for instance, Singapore. It was also overpriced costing 9 euros for a ride that lasted little more than 10 minutes. But ...
... dark wood and green leather. When we arrived it was packed but we ordered two martinis and stood around and soon a couple of seats were available. Smoking is still allowed in bars in Austria so the thick haze of smoke and the early 2oth century modernist design gave it the air of the 1920s. We shared the seat with a Viennese couple about our age and they encouraged us to go to the Naschmarkt. When they left a group of four young people, maybe 30 years old, sat down ...