Hotel Schild Vienna
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... crisis but this is the first time I have seen the impact of it. Hundreds of people were just waiting in the station for a train to Germany. The borders have closed between Austria and Germany and we may have some trouble getting home, but nothing to be concerned about yet. All the refugees just had a bag or two and there was everyone from grandparents to children running thru the train station. The worst was the look in their eyes. Normally, when you see people waiting at ...
... our hotel.
Monday morning found us catching a taxi to the train station to make our way to Krems. We went on a river cruise up the Danube River to Melk. It was a beautiful day. At the end was a Benedictine abbey with a gorgeous library and beautiful spiral staircases. We headed back to Vienna for a horse and carriage ride around the city and finished off the night with a wiener ...
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Also called Art Corner,
Lower Belvedere with special exhibitions
8:15 PM: Visited free Vienna Philharmonic Summer Night Concert in Castle Schoenbrunn
Took U2 and U4 to Schloss Schoenbrunn - stuffed in the subway like sardines - ...
... wasn't coming back - he joined me in running out the building - I'm not completely musically ignorant but this was just pretentious ********. The Jazz tour may be over, for me at least.
We did have lunch at a nice Gypsy women's place who is from MonteNegro, she has drawn us a map of her childhood house which is now a restaurant and she wants us to go there and say hello - this may be a scam to get our kidneys.
... my blog and do not know, my great aunt Sr. Alponsa was the mother superior at this convent in Rome for 36 years! Unfortunately, she passed a few years ago but going to the convent was a great way to remember her. When I got to the convent, I was able to meet a couple of the sisters living there. The current mother superior who speaks English fluently and knew my aunt very well was not there due to a trip to the Ukraine. Luckily there was one nun who spoke broken English, but we ...