Mercure Josefshof Wien
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... a movie very worth seeing. I am so glad that I saw it before I came to Vienna. When we arrived at the palace the Belvedere was still open, but we learned that it was closing sooner than we had realized. We felt that we wanted more time to enjoy it in a more leisurely fashion, so decided not to go in today. However, we continued to enjoy exploring the grounds and the neighbourhood around the Belvedere. We will venture back there in a ...
... to hold any interest.
Walking through Nashtmarket had us drooling over all the smells and foods on offer.
We indulged in local cheeses, noodles and the boys all had delicious gyros.
The Hundertwasser designed apartment was great to visit.
I like his non conformity to straight lines, the many colours and flow.
Jordan had studied him in Year 3 at school, so ...
On the second day we went to the zoo. It was a big zoo and I found it hard to pick a favourite animal. In the end I chose the baby cheetahs as they were very fluffy and only the size of a house cat. I also liked watching the penguins getting fed because a man got in their enclosure with 2 buckets of sardines and spent ages chucking handfuls of fish into the water. The penguins went crazy catching all the ...
... museum became really fascinating. There was an entire room full of meteorites! Most were smaller, baseball-sized meteorites. but there were two display cases full of really large meteorites. There were also many cool displays with details on what I explained above. I had forgotten much of it, and it was great fun re-learning everything. They even had a cool display that showed the different destructive power of meteorites based on different sizes and types.
... visit, aside from the science and pyscho-babble. He was a real family man. He had a huge circle of very very good friends. He travelled far and wide both on his own and with friends and family (and sent funny postcards back from his trips). He narrowly avoided being captured by the Nazi's (a fate that his 4 sisters very sadly did not escape) with the help of friend, patient and fellow psychoanalyst Princess Marie Bonaparte (yes, she's related to Napoleon) and spent ...