Park Inn by Radisson Uno City Vienna
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... was their summer residence.
We return to the ship and this afternoon we visit the wheelhouse where our Captain explains the workings, navigation and instruments used to skipper these amazing River boats.
Tonight we leave the ship for a very special evening for an exclusive private Viennese concert. The concert is to be performed by the Vienna Palace Orchestra at the Liechtenstein City Palace.
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... instead, a plan that a number of the flight seemed to be clued into.
Arriving in Vienna to a fairly dreary day we found the underground with some local assistance and headed for our hotel of The Best Western Arenberg which Shaylee ha absolutely kicked a goal when booking as we were chuffed when we checked in.
A big comfortable bed, heaters turned up, we were pretty much set and with a couple of bottles of red from the ...
... and strudel. Also lots of singing, dancing, hand clapping and crazy games. It was a fun night. The feed was decent, I had the fish of course, but could have done with a bit more. Now it's off to bed for me, save it for a big one tomorrow apparently. Prague driving day to come with a stop in some city. Would be nice if I could kick this cold. Also, conjunctivitis is going around the bus now too. Mostly amongst the chicks, but still, gotta be careful about that now, ...
... with it departing for Budapest later in the day, Lyn and I started the walk towards the bus stop, but of course along the way we would have to indulge in a caffeine fix. I entered 'heaven' accidentally, as we stopped at the last café before the bus stop, Café Else, I think. Perusing the fares, I came across 'Petit Fours', the like of which I haven't seen or eaten since leaving the UK as an 11 year old. Thank you Vienna!!!
... for its time. After the pavilion, we went to the Sezession building designed by Joseph Olbrich. The building was built in 1897 and was extremely modern for its time, the major feature is an ornamental metal shrub in the shape of a sphere. Inside the building we saw the Beethoven Frieze painted by Gustav Klimt which is a painting inspired by Beethoven's 9th symphony. We saw a couple other cool buildings on Friday, but I won't get into detail because ...