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... crowns, swords and what I thought was most interesting was the historical artifacts of Jesus Christ. The fabric of the table cloth from the last supper, his loin cloth, piece of wood from the stake, spear that stabbed him, and even a spike that pierced his hands. We saw gemstones that were the size of my fist and gold.. Gold everything! It was all so extravagant. Dan and I than visited the natural history museum because I have never been to one before. It was ...
... the rain start pouring down, so I decided to miss walking through the castle gardens this time around. After the castle I headed back to the hostel while I waited for the rain to ease off before heading to the old town area to the Hofburg Palace, Sisi museum. This museum consisted of looking through the royal silver collection, including cutlery still used to this day for formal events. The museum then lead through some of the rooms of the palace, however ...
... dried well in the boiler room. We had a snorer in the next room who Annette could hear all night. I also heard him when the machine was disconnected. We partially completed the packing before we went down for breakfast. We were the first and only guests until a large man appeared. It could easily have been him in Room 12.
Breakfast was all set up - Euro style buffet breakfast. I followed my usual plan of attack and was not disappointed until I can to ...
... and it was bitterly cold, I shivered despite being all rugged up in my coat and thick scarf. Today, however, it was sunshine and the temperature soared to the 20s! I shedded my coat and walked around comfortably in a light sweater.
The palace tour was well worth the trip today. I got to see the grand rooms that hosted state dinners and those walls housed some of the most opulent royalties in history. I loved seeing the ...
... fun of ourselves for how full we got.
Our hostel was a 30 min metro ride and a 10 min bus ride out into the country-side. It overlooked the city and was a nice break for us since we had been in several big cities in a row. It also had a free breakfast buffet of yogurt, cereal, fruit, coffee, and bread!
After our time in Vienna we headed straight for Bratislava, Slovakia.