Mate Dependance Hotel Vienna
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... area! There’s a Starbuck's on the corner, a pedestrian only shopping plaza that extends for blocks and numerous restaurants in the side streets connected to that. It’s a very busy area, especially as the grand old Opera building is right on the corner. I was going to get a coffee at Starbucks and take it back to the room, but they had a huge queue of people waiting to order, so I eventually walked a bit further down to the McDonald's and got ...
... tickets. We stayed for an hour (our feet were tired!), but it was beautiful and the English subtitles on personal mini screens were VERY helpful. That night we ate the best schnitzel in town and had a piece of Sacher Torte cake, yum.
The next day we visited Schonbrunn Palace, also known as the Winter Palace. It was huge and beautiful and I still can't believe people lived there. We took the tram to Belvedere Palace as well, which was just as lovely. We had goulash ...
... with a drizzle of chocolate sauce, perhaps some raspberry glaze and Schlagobers on top quickly became one of Larissa's favorites on her last visit. While "Schlagobers" may not sound like something you'd want to eat, it is German for whipped cream. And we're not talking Reddi-whip or Kool-whip here. It's offered with any dessert, many coffees, hot chocolate, cream soups, whatever.
I've always found it to be a really, really good idea.
... all the steps we had climbed in Dubrovnik, we thought only very briefly about climbing the tower at St Stephans.
We went to Plachutta’s for dinner and tried the traditional meal called Tafelspitz. This was very lean beef served in a tasty consommé with root vegetables.
... to buy some snacks for the journey to Prague. We then collected our bags, headed for the metro and made our way to the bus station. So far many of my bus and train journeys have been eventful, long, uncomfortable, boring journeys, and normally I cannot wait to get off. This journey however, was to be very different! We traveled with student agency, the cheapest bus we could find. We climbed aboard to find each seat fitted with a tv screen, with a selection ...