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... plague. After that we walked to St Stephans Plaza with the magnificent church. We did not go in as a group. From therewe walked to the Winter palace the home of the famous Prince Eugine. We went through a number of state rooms with huge chandlers, gold leaf and mirrors. ( a little disappointing - we were spoiled in the Uk) We walked back to St Stephans passing where Mozart played his last performance in a cafe ( which we had a light lunch later) ...
... White Christmas" I could feel tears dwelling up in my eyes.
The subject line states the "former" queen of beauty. You might wonder why. As like in every other city the style of buildings has changed and although there are streets full of wonderful, very "pretty" houses, there are others, where newer archtictural styles have been used and I am simply not a huge fan of them :-).
Also next to all the beauty ...
... to a club at 1:30am. Normally I’m good with such late night festivities, but I knew if this happened that I’d miss out on the next day’s activities, including a morning ticket to the Spanish Riding School. I eventually excused myself gracefully and soon I was left with the peace and quiet needed for a good night’s rest.
The next morning I was up early to meet my family at the Spanish Riding School, where we had tickets to ...
... it was finally over, but also really tired. It was only about 1 pm but it felt like it was after midnight. We decided to walk over to the Graben (grah-bin) and have a beer, in the hopes it would perk us up. The Graben is my most-favorite street in Europe, because the ambience is so elegant.
It was wonderful to be on the Graben again. I don't think I've mentioned it yet, but I have been to Vienna before, on my six week tour of Europe five years ago. But I ...
... section of his works, key paintings as well as graphic works, applied art, architectural designs and examples of his ecological commitment. He spent a lot of his time in New Zealand and is buried in Ao Tea Roa (what was on the information charts twice!!!!) The flag he designed for New Zealand also hang outside the building. By midday when we were leaving the rain had set in and it had turned cold. We were down by ...