Lindner Hotel Am Belvedere
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9:00 Doing a City tour of Vienna by coach, St Stephens Cathedral & all the famous sights of Vienna, then being dropped off in Centre of City for shopping or coffee an Sacher Torte. Free time then if you want Returning to ship for lunch 1:30pm or free to shop in town until 4pm find own way back to ship yr expense. 5:30pm early dinner as we ...
... the Alte Hofburg and began a small walking tour. We passed through the magnificent building and came face to face with statues of Hercules and some of his trials. We then got to the stables and past the piles of hay in the courtyard come of the stalls contained horses. After more beautiful buildings we stopped at a war memorial. This Memorial was quite abstract. There were 4 parts, 3 were blocks on stone with body's carved into them either killing or being killed. They were ...
This palace is one of the 'musts' for tourists visiting Vienna, so we knew there would be lots of people about. Our strategy was to purchase tickets for the first admittance of the day, and then arrive earlier than that. So, we were supposed to enter between 9 and 9:30, but we got in at 8:45. We had the audio tour guide, and there were few people around so we were able to relax and enjoy our tour of ...
... little hope of removing it without also damaging the park.
We saw a similar tower in a different neighbourhood yesterday. This smaller flak tower was eventually converted to a public aquarium! We didn't go inside but it has several stories of aquatic life, and also a garden area with birds and monkeys. You can see the garden area in the attached picture - and also the climbing wall on the outside. Hard to imagine an aquarium in a building like ...
... of the Habsburg Dynasty, which incidentally, is the same family that built Castello Miramare that we visited in Italy last week. We didn't realize how significant this palace is until we learned things like it was the birthplace of Marie Antoinette, and it also hosted one of the first concerts by Mozart when he was only 6 years old! Napoleon also stayed in the palace for some time during his occupation of Austria. The palace and surrounding grounds are ...