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We then headed home for a wee break to rest our tummies and get the groceries in the fridge. After more procrastination we headed out to find the Imperial crypt which is home to many royal tombs including many from the Habsburg dynasty. Some of the tombs even date back to 1632. There was a total of 107 sarcophagi which were all very impressive and elaborate in decoration. Was humbling being surrounded in a room with the tombs, ...
... lack of straight lines- he called straight lines "the devils Tools"
Have a look at https://www.google.co.nz/#q=hundertwass er+architecture
In particular, the Hunderwasserhaus and the kunsthaus Wien, and the Vienna Incinerator. And no, I am not joking.
Next time, Bratislava in the Slovak Republic.
Richard and ...
... room tickets possible. I was on the ground floor in the very front row and could see absolutely everything. I was pretty excited and enjoyed every second of Traviata. I may or may not have cried during the last scene.
I'm just so happy I've been having the opportunity to see so much opera. My last one is tomorrow, and it's going to be fantastic.
... of the building and finally conceded I couldn't go to the performance. A couple from the tour bought the tickets from us and we got a taxi back to the ship. A doctor was called to another lady and while he was here I saw him too. He gave me some drops for the nausea and charged 250 Euros! Felt sicker then! In bed all day. Not happy.
... Metro. I should mention that the chip-enabled Visa card that we got 2 years ago has worked perfectly in all of the automated ticket machines we've tried. So, no waiting in lines or accumulating Euro coins to buy train or metro tickets. At times, I almost felt like a local!
Since we didn't feel like lugging our bags through the Metro, we grabbed a cab to our hotel - the Palais Hansen Kempinski. The Hotel was gorgeous! It must have been a palace at ...