Pannonia Tower Hotel Parndorf
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Wonderful blue sunny skies in Vienna today & very cold - it's the coldest day so far. We did a tour of the city by both coach & walking it is a wonderful city again so steeped in history. First stop the Kunst Historisches Museum(fine art ) it was stunning but didn't have enough time so we might go back tomorrow afternoon it is located in Empress Maria-Theresa Plaza!! We also visited quickly the Hofburg palace - the Spanish Riding Horses ...
... nothing like underground stations for things like that) and return to the apartment for an hour’s break.
With our strength summoned, we could then go out again, and made use of our transport passes (in a slightly complicated fashion) to travel in the direction of the Hofburg (former Imperial Palace). On the way we saw interesting things including a Pinocchio shop with the little fellow himself ...
So today I almost freaked out on the train because I got on at 10:00 am and I fell asleep. When I woke up it was pitch black outside; I thought I had missed my stop and that it was night time. In reality it was 10:30 am and we were in a tunnel. 13:41 I am halfway finished with this 6.5 hour train ride and this very sweet lady decides to sit across from me. I have no problem that she took the closest seat to me, ...
... public. One of the first paintings that the guide pointed out was one of Schonbrunn Palace (our next stop) -- just so we could see that when Schonbrunn was used by the Hapsburgs, it was located outside of the city whereas now, of course, the city has grown to include it.
We were shown paintings by Tizian and Raffael that demonstrated how their work evolved over their careers. One of the most interesting set of paintings I saw was by Giuseppe Arcimboldo ...
... we went. Neither of us was prepared for the vastness of the place, or the opulence and beauty of it. Amazing frescoed ceilings that you would expect to see in the Vatican and so much gold used for decoration. We got out just in time it seems as we were greeted by streams of coach tours going in as we were leaving. Phew! Beaver took over the driving from here and we went along the romantic road through the wine growing region of the Wachau, all along the banks of the river ...