Mercure Wien City
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... of Hercules with his wife. There were two long paths down the sides and one down the middles between the statues and bushes. We reached the middle path and I have to say I was a little disappointed there was not hedge maze. But the statues lining the path made up for it. The statues were each playing a different instrument. Everything from Flute to Lute and harp. At the end the statues were dancing (I’m sure the music in statue land was very grand) we then reached the ...
... his pipe while his horse takes a break in the background. This statue honours the Cossacks who helped the Polish army defeat the Turks who were invading Austria ( for the second time) in 1683.
The array of plants from all over the world is thanks to the botany department of the BOKU University next door. You will see one of the amazing trees (the one Nancy is sitting in) in the pictures.
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... out of the hotel. Before heading to the airport, we went to the Schonbrunn Palace which we took a brief tour of and then we were able to wander around the beautiful gardens that went on for hundreds of yards. After visiting the palace we hopped on a bus to the airport and flew home to Rome. We arrived safely back to our dorm St. Jon's around 5:00pm Sunday evening. I really enjoyed the city of Vienna and had a great time on the trip. If given the ...
... not knowing that my train would be going through there anyway!) I did manage to get some sleep in, but my idea of saving on a night's accommodation by taking a night train wasn't quite as crash hot as it seemed - on this part of the journey too I was woken several times by ticket inspectors, as each new one who got on the train wanted to check everyone's ticket. I had a momentary panic when I awoke in Slovenia to beautiful views and, upon searching where I thought I'd left ...
... dried fruit. I videoed a feeding frenzy of hundreds of pigeons and was wondering what had brought them to the spot under a tree. As I moved in a bit further I was met by a very cross lady who obviously comes to feed them. She let me know in no uncertain terms to go away. So I did, and sat on a seat with Denys and gave the ducks half of my bread. Our next bus was via Schonbrunn palace. Massive building, gardens ...