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- Shuttle bus service
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... clean clothes when you start recycling your socks! After the laundry was done we took off to take in some of the sights in Vienna. The Hundertwasser house and the Kuntshaus are famous Viennese landmarks which we visited on our way in to Vienna for some ice cream. We should have shared an ice cream but gluttony took over and as you can see by attached photo we pigged out. We were treating ourselves to a posh dinner ...
... the thought of my painful hike back to the train station to get a taxi almost makes me give up and just sit on the street. I shall take a tram, I decide, because I saw one earlier pass by and I know it to be a very short journey. So I fare evaded and got back to Wien Westbahnhof. I asked a taxi driver to take me to a B&B also recommended by my Lonely Planet guide. The driver was really nice and we chatted the whole way (normally I sit in silence), and ...
... about the buildings and statues. I spent the rest of the day walking around the biggest market that I have ever seen and eating the best kabobs that I have ever tried. I made my way to the train station to buy my overnight train ticket to Rome. I am to meet John at 9:30am tomorrow morning in Rome, but the overnight direct train would not get me ...
... Our next stop was the "Seegrotte"
The Hinterbrühl Seegrotte (Lake Grotto) is a large underground lake located in Hinterbrühl. This grotto is an important historic site. It isopen to the public for tours. The grotto is actually an old gypsum mine. By the end of 1800 it was used to make red and white plaster. In 1912 a blast released millions of gallons of water ...
... attended by 2,600,000 visitors in 2010. There palace was also used as a hotel setting for a James Bond film! More popular, the palace was used as the setting for The Great Race filmed in 1965. Predating the palace is St. Stephan's Cathedral. By the middle of the 12th century, Vienna had become an important centre of German civilization in eastern Europe and a growing need for a larger parish. In 1137, Bishop of Passau Reginmar and Margrave Leopold IV signed the Treaty ...