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... off half way though taking your order and the cherry on top, a cup of tea with a tea bag that had no leaves in it. Naturally we had all been making silly comments during all this (where is Basil, is Manuel about to appear??) and Bev just lost it at this point and dissolved into the hugest giggle fit I've ever seen her have. Made a fiasco into a funny memory.
So tired by now and still had to pack for my train trip to Venice in the morning so off home to the ...
... Hall, has an outdoor skating arena which includes all these paths that connect the two large suitcases! It was beautiful all lit up at night! However, I let down my fellow Canadians by falling several times. Hey, if you saw the skates you would have understood! Plus, it was my first time in hockey skates!
Tomorrow we are heading to Salzburg, which means the Sound of Music ...
... night. The church was beautiful, as was the music. The other activity we spent most of our short time in Vienna pursuing was the hunt for architecture. As I've said in previous entries, I have always enjoyed looking at a nice old or new building, but being in Europe has heightened my appreciation for the craftsmanship and design that goes into buildings. It is fascinating the things that influence the styles, and the styles themselves, how a Gothic or Baroque building ...
... we arrived back at our hostel 11 hours after we had left it, footsore and weary but having had a wonderful time exploring the beautiful city that is Vienna.
Saturday morning saw us off to Schloss Schonbrunn, which was the summer Palace for the Hapsburg family (the royal family) until the death of the last member in 1918, after which it had a number of uses including being the offices of the British Military when it was stationed in Austria in WWII. It was beautiful, ...
... of Vienna’s famous coffee and she quite enjoyed it as well as her sachertorte cake. Sachertorte cake is named after its inventor something Sacher. He invented a chocolate cake that had apricot jam in the middle of it. This small thing made this man and his family filthy rich.
After our coffee and cake we started walking through town towards “hero’s square” again. The weather wasn’t plying nice today and the rain started coming down pretty heavily ...