The Ring, Vienna's Casual Luxury Hotel
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... was destroyed during the 2nd world war (Herrenhaus), the other one (Abgeordnetenhaus) however is still original. Even the beautiful glass ceiling.
When the building was built everyone was allowed to go in and to take part in important meetings on visitor places in the Abgeordnetenhaus, however, due to the fact that the poorer people had to work at that time, of course they could not visit and not raise their voice.
The tour took place ...
... a little space near the toilets in-between the carriages and a awkwardly stood there with our bags. After an hour of awkward standing someone got off the train and we pounced on the one seat. We took turns sitting until the guy in the seat opposite got up and left. Winning!! There were some American's in the seats next to us and we made friends with them. They were from Tennessee which I had gathered from the "where y'all from?" Haha. We chatted to them for about 3 ...
... border. More farms and lots of green. Stopped for lunch at Lake Worth. Had some very nice views while enjoying a light snack and a beer. Arrived at our hotel at 4.30pm. Located directly across from the main city park in central Vienna, the Stadt Park. Left for dinner at a famous Viennese restaurant, Marchfelderhof, about 30 minutes from Vienna in the countryside. It has been owned by the same family for over 400 years and is regularly visited by ...
... were and even claimed to be descendants of
the Caesars and Jesus Christ. In front of one of the palaces was an uncovered area showing an ancient Roman camp/building buried beneath the city.
One of the most stunning buildings of the tour had to be the Hofburg palace, which was the location in which Hitler gave one of his most famous speeches, effectively recruiting them to Nazi Germany. Much of this ...
... t had the chance to write. I’m glad Vienna has a big café culture, because I can write off my sitting and taking some time out as a cultural experience. Prague and Krakow are very full of life, and demand more of an active night than a diligent day. Vienna is a bit different, a bit prim, and what some might describe as "cultured." Popular events here include operas and ballets. The streets are filled with designer shops as opposed to the ...