Urban Resort Hotel
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... imperial crypt) of the Capuchin church.
The museum itself was a huge building that was probably very beautiful and majestic, but unfortunately was mostly covered in scaffolding. But that's okay because I was there to see what was inside!
There were two huge floors. The top floor was full of stuffed specimens of all sorts of animals. But the first floor was where I spent most of my time, although half of it was closed. But the awesome half had ...
... are popular here. For $120 you could jump on board for a half hour tour through the canals. You’d be looking at $200+ if you wanted the guy to sing. So for all this cash people lay out you would expect the service to be exceptional. We stopped counting after we saw 15 Italians either playing on their phone or downing a beer. Love the work ethic here.
... br> At the very top of the hill there was a building, I'm not entirely sure what it was but I think it was an observatory or something similar. At this building, you got an amazing view down to the palace with the old city buildings in the back ground. The only thing that ruined the picture was the stage and seating sit up in the grassed area right behind the palace for a classical music concert.
After finally meeting up with Meghann again, we made out ...
... is very close to our hotel. At the Spanish Riding School we found out that there was a performance by the Lipinzzaner Stallions at 11 AM but there were only Standing room tickets available for 30 Euros each. We were fortunate enough to see them a few years ago when they came to Ontario. For that performance had front row ground level seats so the thought of standing through a 90 minute ...
... of the city, which was awesome! I saw where the horses in the Spanish riding school are, the opera house and where to buy standing only 3 euro tickets to the opera, where Hitler made some famous speech in his early days at the Hofburg Palace, and a cafe I need to return to for torte or strudel.
This morning I finished off the bus tours, whilst making a mental note of things to return to see. I did spot an ice-skating rink that I want to try out later on. It ...