Ramada Vienna South
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Waking up at 7:45am (see Sue we can be up early without Terry's help!) we ate breakfast at the hostel and took the U-Bahn to the Schönbrunn Palace. Once there, as Maggie had already toured the Palace itself and I had overheard from other travelers that it wasn't worth the time nor the money, we decided to skip that part of the tour and focus on the extensive gardens behind it. After a relatively quick exploration of one of the small gardens directly adjacent ...
... what could be done for Blake, but we never heard back after that meeting and nothing really changed as far as I can tell, so who knows.
When I picked the boys up today, Sam was sitting outside reading even though I was a little early, the rest of his class was still eating lunch, so he was clearly avoiding them. Sounds like he is being pushed around by one of the boys who previously seemed to be a friend. At gym class, they were lining up ...
... quite fascinating, allowing us to see a number of the artifacts, mainly in the form of friezes and sculptures which had been removed from the site by an Austrian archeologist. Tor and I were highly amused by the commentary which said that the "Turkish Government had kindly allowed the removal" of the artifacts, when we know from our time in Turkey that the Turks feel quite aggrieved about the removal of these treasures. One of the ...
... 500m of manicured gardens leading up to massive fountain over 50m wide, at the base of a hill, which you walk up to a look out point. The view from here is stunning of the palace, it's grounds & Vienna itself. We did a short tour of inside the palace as well, but we found this seemed similar to the palace we saw in Amsterdam. We left the group as we wanted to visit the butterfly house next. Taking the train ...
... there were 4 musicians; 3 violin and 1 cello. They played various pieces, including Ava Maria. Between pieces a soloist came out and played the Four Seasons, only accompanied occasionally. The soloist, a woman, was so absolutely amazing. She had such command of her violin that her music filled the church. I will never hear the Four Seasons in the same way again, I will see her power and command of the music.
We finished our evening with a glass of wine, Elias with a Viennese ...