LiV'IN Residence by Fleming's Wien
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... The 1,441-room Baroque palace is one of the most important architectural, cultural and historical monuments in the country. It was one of the most impressive Palace's that I have ever seen. We would have only seen 1/10 th of the Palace! Unfortunately we weren't able to take photos but the images from the rooms that we did see will stay with us forever. We wandered around the gardens as well and they were just as impressive and huge! We got back ...
... the coach back to the room and we all crashed into bed. Until Emily started telling ghost stories and doing the whole "Bloody Mary thing" and freaked us all out. We were all nearly fast asleep and then em played a video of a kid laughing and screaming at the same time and we all jumped out of our skin. Turns out it was actually an accident and she didn't realise it would be so loud as she was just watching something. We all finally fell asleep and had to be at breakfast at 7. Too ...
... big structure on top of it.
The path way to it had like 40 statues on each side.
We went into 3 mazes. The first one was the hardest. I could not see anything.
The second one was smaller the me. It was a quiz sort of.
The 3rd one was a quiz is well.
But only one way to go.
We had running races who could be the fastest in the hard ...
... went up and had a great horse and carriage ride which was great, picked out all the amazing buildings including town hall, prime ministers residence, natural history museum, art gallery, etc We then went to the 7th district which is pretty funky to find a cafe recommended by a friend. Was a bit smoky so we found a pub / cafe nearby and had our second Snitzel!!! For ...
... down the street toward me it would be 11pm. With a hearty embrace and great cheer we greeted each other and took the metro to an Italian restaurant downtown for a great meal to catch up over. It was a good time and some much needed social outlet away from my family for a bit. On our way home instead of taking the metro we decided to walk, which created an amazing first impression of the city. We walked through some of Vienna’s most impressive architecture ...