GAL Apartments Vienna
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... on Saturday afternoon. We did see street markets and beer and food market stalls. Also was a display of the European soccer trophy. I took a photo from the street to show some of the soccer supporters on the coach. Tonight we had a delicious dinner in a small country town in a quirky restaurant called "Marchfelderhoff"with live music and. The place is involved in asparagus growing- hence the door handles! We were greeted on the street with ...
... of St. Stephen's. We decided to just see what we could without going into the nave which would have cost us time and money. The next leg of the tour took us down the Graben shopping area to the Holy Trinity Plague Column erected by Leopold I in thanksgiving for having survived the plague. We stopped next at St. Peter's Church just off the Graben. We got there just before a free organ concert. When it began we all got heavy eyes and decided ...
... something new to grab your attention as you meandered.
The story of Prince Eugene who had the Palace built is in itself amazing and displays entrepreneurial qualities of a person of those times. Rejected by Louis XIV for service in the French army, Eugene arrived at the Habsburg Court a penniless refugee and transferred his loyalty to the Austrian monarchy. He died in 1736 the owner of several ...
... Had our transfer booked, brand new large Mercedes, very comfortable. Were into Vienna city in about 20 minutes. Our B AND B very central to all the main historical sites. Put on our walking shoes and set to town. First major lot of sites was what they call museum quarter, have never seen anything like it, every kind of museum, ranging from a kids fun museum to a natural historic ...
... a doctor to visit in Munich, and knowing that I would be able to see a doctor tomorrow was the only reason I stayed on tour.
Bring on Munich!
Eat: strudel, goulash, schnitzels, wine, coffee, hot chocolate
See: State Opera Theatre, Spittelberg markets, Rathauas, Spanish Riding School, Hofburg Palace, Bus tour, Karslplatz, St. Stephen’s Cathederal, Demel – for amazing hot chocolates and desserts, and much much ...