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Travel Blogs from Vienna
Friday and Saturday are spent taking in the wonderful sights of Vienna from morning till late at night. Ross and I walk the complete inner ring road over the 2 days, marveling at the architecture of St Stephensdom, the Rathaus (city hall), the Palaces and museums – we have nothing like it in Australia as we are such a young country. We also …
... driving on the West Autobahn towards St. Wolfgang, our next stop. It is raining today, so a good day to be stuck in the car for a few hours driving. The hotel in the small town of St. Wolfgang is lakeside, so I hope to scratch off one of my “wish list” items and swim in an Austrian lake if it’s not too cold.
Next stop tomorrow afternoon will be Slovenia (Lake Bled), so I’ll see if I have some time to post more then. ...
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... Palace – home of the Hapsburgs, passed the Heeresgesch, Museum of Military History and Schloss Belvedere Palace before returning to State Opera again. Having driven around Vienna for almost 3 hours, we returned to our hotel to rest up before the concert at 8:30. This time, we took a tram back to our hotel – smart move! The temperature was still about 35 degrees even though it was now after 5pm.
The concert ...