Mercure Grand Hotel Biedermeier Wien
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... an hour, the blind went up on the ticket window and people sprang up from sitting on the floor, in a line that snaked back and fore around the barrier. I was looking at the opera posters on the wall when a man appeared beside me and asked if I was queueing for a ticket. Then he waved one at me and smiled... I looked confused, and he said "I have a spare one, you can take it... no charge!". A free seat worth €200 in one of the ...
... by an orchestra, singers and ballet dancers. The music played was enjoyable as the scores were well known by most. This concert was held at the Kursalon in Johannesgasse, the third district of Vienna. It sits in the Stradtpark which is a public park with play areas and of course more statues. The most impressive of this is the gold plated one of Johann Strauss. The building itself is rather spectacular with its terraced steps, wide veranda sand large glass ...
... engaging German guy named Yuan, a hundred Italian youths unaccountably entered the now burgeoning bar and went completely mental. Here on school holidays, this was apparently a regular annual occurrence here in Vienna according to my new German friend, when large groups would descend on popular tourist areas like Vienna and overrun them. They all looked about sixteen, which after making some enquiries turned out to be true. I had forgotten that many counties in Europe allowed ...
... this cough to go. I kept drinking hot water and had the Vicks lozenges we bought to cure it. That was what we did till all our clothes were washed and then I slept. Thank you Father for medication. Thank you Father for supermarkets that sell items for individuals. Thank you for your healing power. Thank you for your love and guidance. Thank you for bringing us to Vienna. In Jesus name. ...
... Moving on, I spent the next few hours at the Mozarthaus to tour the only one of Mozart's homes available to the public in Vienna. Mozart and his family lived on the first level (1 level above the ground), just around the corner from St. Stephen's. The floors floors above the family apartment have also been added to the museum. It was kind of odd, when I paid for my ticket, the man said I could either wear my backpack on my front, or check it ...