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... instead, a plan that a number of the flight seemed to be clued into.
Arriving in Vienna to a fairly dreary day we found the underground with some local assistance and headed for our hotel of The Best Western Arenberg which Shaylee ha absolutely kicked a goal when booking as we were chuffed when we checked in.
A big comfortable bed, heaters turned up, we were pretty much set and with a couple of bottles of red from the ...
... so we searched for somewhere to get some food. We found a cool little restaurant that specialised in burgers. Yummm. We didn't want to completely ruin our appetite for dinner so we just got a burger to share. Big mistake! It was amazing. A half just wasn't enough. My taste buds were just getting warmed up!!! It was magical. After our exquisite burgers had gone down we headed to the river front. By this stage it was dark and everything was lit up by lights. Buda ...
We finally made it across the border and into Austria, and I couldn't get out of the car fast enough to start the group "walk about". Our local guide, Marietta, was a well turned out, exceptionally educated historian, and a fit one at that. We set off at an almighty pace, which was soon moderated by the group dynamic. Now without droning on for too much, I think it's worth sharing some key characteristics of this beautiful city.....so here goes... The city was ruled by ...
... of the Habsburg family is buried. It was a wicked looking building, you could see the spires from across the city! Unfortunately, it was covered in scaffolding so I couldn’t get a decent photo of it ^insert image of me with an expression of disdain on my face. Next on the tour was a massive garden full of beautiful flowers, fountains and little buildings. The smell of all the roses was intoxicating, I would have loved to lie on the grass with my book (bloody Game of ...
... some successful problem solving to start the day!!
Showered, had breakfast and walked with Ron and Janette to the MuTh (Music & Theatre hall), for the start of the Summa Cum Laude Festival with performing choirs, orchestras and bands from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA, Israel, Malaysia, Russia, Singapore, South Africa and several European ...