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... and one of them came up to us. His name was Maslor and he is pretty awesome. He guessed that we were from everywhere but the US, including Germany, Switzerland, Ireland, and Scotland, and it led us into a wonderful conversation. We were informed that we must eat apfelstrudel (Apple strudel) and sachertorte (Austrian chocolate cake with apricot jam filling, served with unsweetened whipped cream) and see a classical concert. Those are the three ...
... however having this on your phone like with other airlines does not work with them and so we had to pay 40 euro each just for them to check us in. This cost is completely disproportionate and a blatant con, one that many other passengers had to cop. After running through the rain along their tin shed setup, our feet were soaked. Then after boarding we learned there would be an hour delay to leave. Absolutely rapt with the whole ...
We had to be on the bus for our city tour by 8am this morning and our wake up call was at 6.45am. However we were awake and getting organized by about 6am and headed down to breakfast at 6.30am. A lovely breakfast spread – lovely fresh fruit salad with natural yoghurt and then a perfectly boiled egg with some rye bread.
Our city tour drove us round some of the main areas of old Vienna then we got out and walked from Schwedenplatz. It was quite ...
... with whip cream) and a piece of Sacher Torte at the Sacher Hotel. Yum! The people watching was great. The Opera House, next door, had a large video screen and was showing an opera so we listened to opera while we ate our snack. How Vienna is that! Walking down the Kohlmark pedestrian mall, we stopped and listened to a young woman playing classical piano in the street. She was wonderful and it seemed sad that she had to busk rather than play in a concert hall. On the mall, we ...
... II and kings of Holy Roman Empire and their 16 children here (Wikipedia is better) but it signifies an important landmark in Austrian history and it was an important place for the famous composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart as he performed there when he was 6. Anyway the palace was incredibly large and just outside of the palace are all the Christmas markets and the crowd. Usually there will be snow around Vienna during ...