Kur- und Erholungszentrum Marienkron
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Nice casual start today. Optional excursion to visit a palace which we decided not to go on. Was a wise choice as it meant we didn't have to leave hotel until 9.30 am.. Nice casual morning. We got picked up and driven to meet those that went to the palace. Meet the group and a local guide. We were all issued with personal headsets which allowed us to hear her commentary as we initially drove around Vienna, the dropped off and we went on a walking ...
... with 3 other guys, but they didn't wake up and he wanted to go on a bus tour. He informed us the house of terror was actually closed that day, so we decided to go on a bus tour with him. We saw heros square, went up to Buda (the hilly part of Budapest) and drove by the Buda castle, and went to the Citadella- which had an awesome view of the city. That night we all went on a booze cruise which had all you ...
... got to hotel about 6.45. Long day. Room very nice. Our first twin room but it was fine. Bathroom specially good with underfloor heating and huge walk in shower rather then the usual shower over bath. Just as well after our lovely room at Vienna. Sorted emails and Facebook and went down for tea which was salad, followed by beef stew and veggies including broccoli! Then fruit salad and ice cream. Very pleased to head off to bed at 9pm. Really quite wiped out. Wonderful ...
We are preparing to leave Vienna tonight on a 15 hour bus ride to Rome, and then from there on to Naples (holy ****, what even is my life right now?), and I feel the need to leave with some random musings about this place (plus these are thoughts I had that didn't fit anywhere else). So here I go: 1). Other cities should aspire to be as clean as Vienna, very little trash (despite the lack of obvious trash cans around), and no stinky 'city' smell. 2). Kids speaking in ...
The day began early with a tour of the Schoenberg Palace. A truely opulent and magnificent establishment carefully restored by the Austrians. No photography inside was allowed so I shall attach some garden photos and internal ones copied from a booklet purchased from our tour guide. We were collected by the bus at about 10.00am for a guided tour of the ...