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Stop three was Vienna. We took a three hour bus ride to the city and got a transit pass for the next two days to cover the very spread out sights. We went to the Old Town centre to visit the Hofburg Palace where we did the Imperial Silverware, Imperial Apartments and Sisi Museums. The Silverware sounds funny, but you would never believe the amount of fine china and the number of candelabras a royal family could own! And fun fact: the tradition carries on today that only two ...
... br> The classical music that this city is steeped in,
The statues of the greats who lived and influenced its heart
The Shuberts and Strauss'
that these people are still fed on,
To see students dressed in suits going to listen to classical music
No it's not about the suits, but about the continued culture through hundreds of years of generations,
And the spontaneous songs and music in the streets
Draw one into the heart of ...
... domestic flights in Australia. Clem is a masters student, studying environmental science. Stoney lived in Berlin for a few years, so he’s touring with his friends to show them the sights. They were playing a game called 500, which is essentially Euker with the exception that you bid to open the game. Stoney and I became partners as we trounced Clem and Robby (Robby had never played before). We had a few beers before grabbing a quick late dinner and heading to bed. ...
... walked the streets taking in all the old architecture buildings. It's feeling very Europe now. The colder weather, different buildings, just how I thought it would be. Went to a "beer hall" for lunch. It was recommended out of our tour book. It's one of the oldest beer halls around and frequented by mozhart and the like. We got owned. It was quite funky, and Austrian, but lacked atmosphere. 2 schnitzels, 2 beers and some "rabbit food" - quoted by the waiter. And a ...
... start at the church service at Stephansdom. We decided on the musical service at 10.15 as this would be more enjoyable than the usual mass. We lasted about 15 minutes before heading out to find a Starbucks! Perhaps coffee before the service would have been a better option. Actually, it wasnt Starbucks, we stopped at Sacher Hotel for the famous Original SacherTorte. And rather than coffee we enjoyed our cake with a glass of the Original Sacher Champagne. ...