Renaissance Wien Hotel
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... Peter climbed the 299 steps to get some good photos, while Jane waved to him from the bottom! One of the main sites in the old town square is the astronomical clock that was built in 1410. It springs to life on the hour with a parade of apostles and a bell ringing skeleton with a mechanism so complex that there have only been 16 people over the centuries that have had the job of maintaining it.
The clock became a ...
... around the city, i went to a traditional coffee house and then went into a cathedral and then went on the tomb walking tour under the cathedral they had coffins and it was a cemetery down there, we then walked down a dark passage way and they had rooms full of hundreds of real skeletons and skulls and bones it was ...
... paths. Meant to be............like some other things.
I tracked them down and we were wandering......and they made the decision that we were adults and we could eat whatever we wanted.....so we had ice cream for lunch! We went to a huge ice cream place called Zanoni and Zanoni. It had indoor dining areas that covered 3 floors and an outdoor area that covered the better part of a plaza. The place was the largest ice cream store ...
... quarry where statues sculptured:
- Hinariru, 4m twisted neck
- El Gigante 20 m lying in the ground on a hill
- Tukuturi, fenced off and kneeling down
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