Hotel Zum Schwarzen Baren
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- Swimming pool
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... the question 'Wer ist Sissi? - Sissi ist Kaiserin von Österreich'. Who is Sissi? - Sissi is the Empress of Austria (Should've really been asked in the past tense, but we were yet to learn that). On Easter Sunday, my new friends and I visited Sissi's summer holiday house, the extraordinarily majestic Schönbrunn Palace. The holiday 'house' had over 1400 rooms, a zoo, an enormous botanical garden, a maze, a greenhouse and a desert house (where they ...
... only half way too; the stairs were blocked off after viewing platform. I ended the day in spectacular fashion. I visited Vienna's famous Museum of Natural History. Wow. Opened in 1887, and known as one of Europe's greatest Natural Museums, it claims to have an assortment of 30 million items on display, including the 25,000 year old Venus of Willendorf (I've seen this in anthropology books for years!). It covered everything from the solar system, planet earth, dinosaurs, ...
... someone else. I didn't take any notice until a woman came up to me and spoke in German and I had no idea what she said. The young man helpfully translated," She says, Are you waiting here for confession?" So that was what the large door to our right was! I jumped up and said no, I just wanted to rest and took off. Luckily Kevin arrived back just then having taken all the photos he wanted so we ...
... the children's carriages. They had miniature exact replicas of regular carriages made for their royal children to play with. They were so cute! Second was the formal coronation carriage. This was the most extravagant carriage they owned. It was decked out in 24 karat gold leafing and hand painted frescos. Third was the "black carriage" which was a hearse that carried coffins. It was completely black and Very elaborately decorated. It was last used in 1989 when the last ...
Sooo today was a bit of a gherkin. I had bought tickets for the State Opera which interestingly was at 10.30am as there was no evening one. That morning we got dressed up and I had to quickly rush to buy some more appropriate footwear. We arrive and are running around to get our tickets from the office. We are led up the stairs towards our seats and walk in. We are in a small-ish room with a stage. Alarm bells ring as this is not the main theatre. What is more alarming is that ...