Ibis Vienna Airport
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- Free parking
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It snowed in Vienna on one of the mornings this week! I couldn't believe it! It's April, second month of spring, and the magical white flakes fell from the sky. I was studying in my apartment and the snow was a pleasant surprise to me. Vienna was a beautiful city, and Vienna in the snow was just extraordinary. My apartment was amongst the many heritage buildings on the street. If you could imagine ...
... The Schonbrunn Palace belonged to Franz Josef II and his wife Elizabeth, or as she was affectionately called, Sisi. Franz Josef II was considered to be frugal and although the palace was dripping with money and gold in my eyes, it was decorated fairly simply for a royal palace. Jason and I could actually tell the difference between the details and decor in this palace and the Peles Palace we visited in Romania and they are vastly different. I could see how this palace may have ...
We have bought a 16.50 Euro 72 hour travel card which works on the Metro, trams and buses - unlimited travel. It is great.
Tuesday 26 Aug 14 - Overcast and showers today but not cold - about 22 degrees forecast. A visit to Schonbrunn Place has occupied most of the day. Easy to get to on the Metro and a look at how the Emperors and their ladies lived the life. The opulence and excesses were not as dramatic as we saw at ...
... day I drive over Ou Kaap se Weg with its own horror stories!)
Anyway the verse: And behold, I am with you and will keep watch over you with care, take notice of you wherever you may go, and I will bring you back to this land; for I will not leave you. Genesis 28:15
And then my friend Mavis sent me a verse out the blue as well on the day I left:
And the hand of our God was upon us, and He delivered us from the enemy and ...
... the museum stated was actually a narwhal horn, but I was pretty sure those were mythical as well. They made of point of saying it a number of times and including it in English on the signs, so my entire understanding of nature kind of shattered there for a bit. It was said to be one of the most important pieces in the collection, and I guess I can see why?
Another really impressive aspect of the treasury was that a lot of the very ornate crowns ...