Hotel Zum Schwarzen Baren
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... It was just under 11 hours. This meant that our total journey has been about 24 hours. The flight was calmer than yesterday and only a couple of patches of turbulence.
We both waited for Marion’s bag and hoped that another red bag would come out – but no. It is worrying as the Thai airlines authorities are quite vague about it. One person told us this morning that they may have David’s ...
... By the time we arrived at the cathedral and had free time, I was too tired to walk around inside it, so I let Kevin have his 'cathedral fix' while I found somewhere to sit down and wait for him. I didn't want to sit with the people lighting candles and praying, as I wasn't doing that, but I found a bench along the back wall of the cathedral. Soon after I sat down a young man about 25 sat down, ...
Today was our first full day in Vienna. We had a leisurely morning that included a coffee at one of Vienna's lovely cafés - Cafe Sherl, featured in the movie Before Sunrise, and then did a little shopping. Saw a building riddled with bullet holes from the war which was really amazing. We then had to check out of Hotel Beethoven and lug our bags onto the metro to the hotel we will be ...
... so we ended our trip with a wonderful snack. We split an apple strudel and a chocolate cake but passed on the wine. (Jan had already hit the gift shop and picked up a "trial size" for later. One never knows when the ship might run out of wine, right?)
Tonight, we had dinner in the "special" dining room. The meal was fine and a step above the regular food. One woman at the table did mention that she was a travel agent. Heavens, is there ...
... we sight-see.
And there’s plenty to see! In the Upper Belvedere palace there are gallery upon gallery of modern art, medieval art and impressionist art, all laid out in wonderfully baroque rooms, most impressive of which is the incredible marble hall which lies at the centre of the palace. After an hour or so drinking it all in, we wrap ourselves up again and brave the bitter air to walk down through the formal gardens to the Lower Belvedere palace ...