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- Minbar in room
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- Continental Breakfast
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... first actual destination was the Anker Clock so we could watch the parade of historical characters, each with their own accompanying music, as the clock struck twelve noon. This clock (built 1911 - 1914) was created by the painter and sculptor Franz von Matsch and is a typical Art Nouveau design. As we arrived just before twelve, Maria Theresa (11:00) was slowly leaving, and Haydn (12:00) was just making his entrance. We really enjoyed the 12:00 p.m. grand parade! ...
... the neighbourhood and stumbled across the Jesuitkirche which may be one of the most beautiful ( and unusual) churches we have seen on this trip. The outside is plain and would not lead you to believe that the interior is worth the walk up the steps. But inside, it is extremely ornate, in the Baroque style with paintings on the ceilings through the whole length of the church. There was lots of gold leaf but the most amazing feature was the ...
... and broken glass embedded on the top of the wall. I was able to peep through the keyhole of the big wooden gate but that was about all. It seemed rather ironic.
After a couple of days travelling around on the underground and suburban railways I noticed some subtle differences between Vienna and London. The Viennese U trains seem mostly populated with kids, women, old people, workmen and immigrants. The affluent ...
We had a good train ride from Brno to Vienna today. Watching the scenery was great...fields of sunflowers, corn, wheat, vineyards, even windmill farms like in Oregon. It was almost easy to see where we left the Czech Republic and crossed over to Austria. The houses look so different. We got our taxi from the train station in Vienna and went to our hotel. At first sight I knew we were not going to stay. It truly was the pit. Dirty, actually afraid to ...
... of the 4th. GO USA.
The next day, today, I had a list of things I wanted to do and I only did one. Well I started by getting coffee at the most popular coffee shop in Vienna. Then I went to the Schonbrunn Palace. This place was wonderful. I did the full grand tour of the Palace with an audio guide. I went to the Gloriette and walked on top of the building and took a panorama picture. I also went through an elaborate maze. It ...