Ramada Vienna South
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... s castle in the Walt Disney film of the same name. We also managed to find the Prague astronomical clock, or orloj, in the square as well. This was the one thing that Tor had wanted to see and we came across it by accident. It was also built in the 1400s and is the oldest astronomical clock still working. It was badly damaged in WW2 but has been completely restored and looks magnificent. I'm not sure exactly how to read it, even ...
... good my vote goes to the Sachertorte (a chocolate cake like treat with apricot jam) as the dessert I could easily eat the rest of the trip and never get sick of. More wandering followed lunch, including a time we really had only a general guess of where we were (which sounds kind of scary, but is actually quite refreshing and exciting). In other news, Vienna is awesome. Can't wait for the concert tomorrow night, only two more days in Vienna! Until next time, love to you all ...
... and with the elephant (standing next to, not sitting on!), amongst others. I really got so much joy walking by all the wonderful old buildings, statues and parks, dragging poor Mikey all over the place excitedly as I recalled so fondly being there with mum, Em and J. The Ringstraße is jam packed with magnificent buildings and impressive architecture of Parliament, the Votiv kirche, the Opera, Rathaus (town hall) and the clichéd Hofburg, or Imperial Palace of the huge ...
... to see the city, I felt like we had been transported back in time. Our second day in Vienna we headed to the spectacular Schonbrunn Palace, the summer palace of the Hasburgs. It's not just a palace but glorious manicured gardens, the zoo is even on the grounds! The rooms, furnishings and history inside the palace are amazing! There is so much of the Austrian history that both Daniel and I want to learn more about. A trip to Vienna isn't complete without seeing ...
... for the Kaiser way back when. There was a huge queue outside, but we pushed forth and found a table for four at the back near the kitchen. That was when we realised that the queue was tourists coming in to take a photo then leaving! Not wanting to be greedy, as we were going out for dinner, we shared an Apfelstrudel. Much chat was had, mostly in Wienerisch and in no time at all it was time for us to go to our next engagement. Dinner ...