Hotel Wiener Kindl
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... gilded everything and rooms coming out your wazoo. Empress Sisi was indeed beautiful and she worked to maintain it. She brushed her waist-length hair for 3 hours each day, had 6? Kids and still only had a 52cm waist!
After this we wandered over to take a squizz at the Rathaus then very unsuccessfully attempted to catch the ring tram. Given a few bum steers by tourist touts and hotel concierges trying to catch the thing until we all felt like we had ...
... of their paintings on the wall, however, the ground floor, where they have the exhibitions with artefacts from Egypt and little statues and other bits and pieces, I like it very much. Again, too little time to really give each artefact the time that it deserves. There is also an exhibition with paintings of Velasquez, however his pictures are very dark and I am absolutely no fan of him, no matter how important his pictures are / were.
... neutral. Vienna was the a hotbed of espionage due to proximity to Russia. There were signs today for Czech, Croatia, Slovinia, Germany and many other countries.In 1990's some hikers found a mummified body in a glacier and he has been dated as 5000 years old.
The German word for Austria means eastern region and they use this word throughout Europe more than Austria. Subsequently many Europeans do confuse Austria ...
... we've just spent a few weeks in Italy, Greece and Hungary, so everything was comparatively expensive).
Our first day was spent entirely in the Belvedere Palace complex. The Upper and Lower Palace, and 21er Haus. Klimt's "Kiss" is here, as well as some Egon Schiele (I prefer Schiele by far). Jeff Koons has a piece in the main entry of the Upper Palace, a blow up Hulk, hehe... I love art that makes me ...
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That the cathedral survived WW II was only due to the compassion of a retreating german captain who disobeyed orders to blast it to rubble.
Back to the apartment for a quick change before meeting Alessandro and Orietta, our landlords from Lucca, for dinner. Conversation was an interesting mixture of german, english and italian, boosted by liberal quantities of red wine.