Mercure Wien Zentrum
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... travelling on the “red line”. I could have transferred to the other routes that they operated but decided not to as I don’t have the time or the interest at the moment. The tour was going well and I was getting some reasonably good pictures until the driver unexpectedly closed the side windows which annoyed me. The windows were heavily stained so it was difficult to see the sights I had paid to see.
When the tour ended, I went straight ...
On our last night in the ski-fields we went for an evening walk and Ninnee invented a game where you stand up against hedges covered with big banks of snow… then have the rest of us ditch snowballs causing it all to avalanche down on her head (who's the grown up here? I ask you!)
We left Troplolach to its mid-shin deep snow and had a lovely drive to Vienna past endless white vistas. I was amazed to ...
... footrest on the BA flight to London. Classic!) After the photo fest at the Opera House, we continued on through the plaza past our hotel to the other side of the Ringstrasse to pick up the tram. The tour was interesting although it only took slightly more than 20 minutes to cover the entire route. What made it interesting, however, was that we were given headphones which provided a commentary and history of the sites around the ring.
At the end of the tour, ...
On the way back to the apartment I decided to walk up the south tower of the Dom all 343 steps to the top. The spiral staircase seemed never ending and I was surprised to find a souvenir shop at the top selling the obligatory post cards and model cathedrals.
Tonight we went to dinner at Figlmuller. They are famous for their Schnitzel and Potato Salad, and many other dishes. See photos.
We will be moving onto Prague tomorrow morning.
... so well worth, it had to be the biggest palace I have ever been into, with over 1440 rooms, of course couldn't go into all of them, but we were able to views heaps, sadly no photos permitted...... Just of the grounds. The grounds were huge over 120 acres, our feet feel like we walked every part of it. There were mazes, a Gloriette which was on the opposite end of the palace and stood 200 feet (60 metres high) and orchards, not ...