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... which was actually an art museum. None of us were very impressed. And they were picture nazis so I can't even remember the few cool paintings that I did see. I did especially like some impressionist paintings by Gustav Klimt, and they did have one Van Gogh. But otherwise it was just a lot of walking around. There was also one really pretty ballroom, and the top floors had great views of the other garden, between the two Belvederes. But we all wished we had skipped the inside.
... br> We walked there for the better part of an hour and when we arrived we were kind of shocked to see how large it was and how few people were there. After being at Movie world and Dream world you expect to line up for at least half an hour for any ride even the boring ones. Prater park was the exact opposite. There were still people on most rides but you would buy a ticket and walk straight on to the ride. The safety precautions are minimal to none and they barely even check if ...
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We marveled at the magnificence of the castle. However, I was not impressed with the city of Vienna. In all fairness to Vienna, we only saw the streets when walking 2 miles from the train station to the Palace which I'm sure was not the best scenery of Vienna. Most of the other tourist attractions were a good distance from the Palace. Luckily, we had Salzburg next.
... anything that might start happening. We saw the huge palace that over hundreds of years new wings were put on that was used when the Hasburgs ruled. We checked out museum quarter and then the parliament buildings. At the time I did not think much about the drastic differences in architecture between these buildings but it was brought up in my walking tour today. The parliament buildings havr Greek inspired architecture as the Greeks invented democracy ...
There was one thing very evident when we first disembarked the train from Vienna: The city was perfectly labeled and easy to get around. There were even maps outside every subway station to assist all your navigational needs. We swiftly found our hotel called Pension Lerner. It was a rustic, seven room pad. Our room had separate quarters for the toilet and shower. It also had two twin beds with 2 inch wooden Frames pushed together to make a king ...