The Ring, Vienna's Casual Luxury Hotel
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... out of the market and up two blocks to the Cafe Spirl, a well know coffee shop near the market. They were rated in the top 10 for their Vienna coffee shops. We found the Cafe with ease and went inside. Studying the menu the majority of their coffees seemed to be mocha based. We didn't have to worry about making a hasty decision as the waitresses on duty were occupied in a discussion with each other and were in no hurry to end it. In fact ...
... Imperial complex is fantastically large and the Apartments gave a very good sense of the incredible wealth the Emperor and his family had access to. Well worth the visit!
Beyond Vienna, we were surprised to discover that the small town we were camping in about 20 minutes away - Klosterneuberg - had an impressive historical site as well - Stift Klosterneuberg. This ...
... a pet monkey to eat the lice out of their wigs. Then go to the hairdressers to pouff it up again. Perfume and powder kept them clean. They thought water was poison. Some rooms are dark to protect the most valuable items like thrones and royal beds. Each child had a 6 room apartment. Births were done with many people in the room to ensure correctness. Hire the movie ' Sissi' by Romi Schneider about Princess Elisabeth. The beautiful one. Outside the palace, ...
... and warm to wait in, not that there is usually a long to wait. We used the U to find our way to the Vienna tower and went up in the lifts with Santa Claus and had a coffee while we revolved 360 enjoying the views over Vienna and surrounds. It was lovely and sunny but very windy and this made the cold even worse. From there we went by Tube to Schonbrun but the wind was so cold and unpleasant we settled for a meal in a local cafe. We returned to the ...
... and went down to the Ponte Vecchio which was the only bridge that survived the Germans retreat during WWII, to check out the shop of all things.
After a couple days in Florence it was on the move once again. This time a super fast train to Venice. First glimpse of Venice from the train station was impressive.