Suite Hotel 900 m zur Oper
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... routes not so good. We think perhaps we should have gone with a different company. So, at least it got us close to where we wanted to go and a walking tour came with it which was fantastic, so all in all, it fit the bill.
We had a huge room with a fantastic skyline view. This hotel occupies only the 11th, 12th, and 13 floors of a building. Interesting eh.
We have really enjoyed using ...
... blankets for Sue and Dianne, how good was that.
Free time until 9:30am tomorrow so we can sleep in.
A leisurely breakfast then at 09:30 we hopped on the coach to meet a local guide who took us on an informative walk around the city past the Hofburg Palace and Stadtpark.
Drove around the city ring road then back to the hotel for lunch and drinks. Free time this afternoon until 6:15 ...
... daughter's was Marie Antoinette. Chandeliers, white rooms with gold leaf ornate finishes. Large gold embossed ceramic heaters were fed wood by servants via hidden corridors behind. Furniture is the property of the crown. Sissi's hair came down to her heels. Very tall. 3 hrs to do hair each morning. She would be taught german by a professor whilst seated. Napoleon married into the family in 1810. He ensured the holy roman empire fell apart. Mozart ...
... a series of doors and corridors, so we are well removed from the street. The cottage is small but adequate for our needs. It is certainly very well located for tourists. We bought some basic supplies and then headed off into the centre on foot, about 20 minutes away where we joined the crowds at the Town Hall Christmas markets. After an hour or so there we set off for home and had a nice light supper at a cafe on the way. The next morning, Christmas ...
We went around to the museum where Michelangelo’s David statue was located and saw that the line was just shy of 2kms long. So instead of wasting a whole day seeing that, we went to the outdoor museum to see his replica. Added bonus, this one was free.