LiV'IN Residence by Fleming's Wien
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... but thousands of tiny pea bulbs shining down from complex installations - lighting their way home. It is christmas time in Vienna.
The City of Music, sometime home to; Mozart, Haydn, Schubert, Beethoven, Johann Strauss, Liszt and Brahms becomes the City of Coffee.
To ask for a simple Latte is to seek disproving glances ...
... did not spend a whole ton of time there, as we will be back as part of the official tour. It was very opulent and reminded us both of the churches in Italy.
We wandered back towards the hotel, and after taking a look around the shopping mall adjacent to the hotel, we called it a day. We will be over our jet-lag by morning and will be ready to tackle the first official day of our tour!
... and the next from Canada. Look, it's impossible to tell you how wonderful they were, I know, but it was just like sliding a CD of the London Philharmonic into the machine. How do these infants do it? I have a full time job just plunking four lousy uke strings!!
I then wandered aimlessly around the city 'till exhaustion brought me back to the air con in the hotel.
At the same ...
... of the Hofburg Palace- the Winter residence of the Hapsburg family. They are the most famous Imperial family in Austria's history. The one we heard the most about was Empress Maria Theresa who reigned from 1740-1780. Apparently she was the first female ruler (her father had no sons) so she had to really establish her place as ruler and not let her husband take it. She also had 16 children which makes me cringe just thinking about it. Her fifteenth child is probably her ...
Afterwards we walked along the Danube towards Prater Park, which is another HUGE park, with an amusement park in one corner. The walk along the river was lovely - this city has green space all over the place, and biking is fabulous. Not that we are biking right now (transit is also excellent) but there are bike paths everywhere, and bikes do not have to compete with cars - it's great! ...