Hotel Am Augarten
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- Continental Breakfast
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... in Linda & I went through the National History museum which was good but didn't allow enough time to see it properly. We each had a schnitzel & salad at a nearby restaurant & made it back to the hotel via the underground. We probably had our worst weather today for our entire trip - some rain & a very cold wind. One thing that I've noticed about Europe is that it came be overcast with light drizzle/rain for the entire day but the amount of rain is quite ...
... waiting for a couple staying in our hotel who she was taking on a tour that day. We explained what had happened at the Cathedral and Brenda immediately sprang into action. Walked back with us to the Cathedral, found someone in the know and determined that the tours occur on Saturday nights at 7:00, the meeting location was outside by the large tower and if it was raining or wet, the tour would be cancelled because the stairs are too slippery to climb.
First to book our segway tour (!) for Saturday then walk in sun to the brilliantly imaginative hundertwasser house and the HW museum -then to the American Bar for cocktails , A Bellini and an Old Fashioned please! We walked to the stadt park for sandwiches in the sun and then thought it a good idea to check where the Segway ...
... for the entire year. So of course cheap skate old me is going to find a last minute 3 and a half hour train journey expensive. So looking slightly bleary eyed at 7.10 we boarded the double decker train to Salzburg. Yes I did say double decker. And I did insist on sitting upstairs...With a short change in Salzburg the journey actually went really quick and we were in Vienna for just after 11.
... in Grahame Greene's spy thriller The Third Man, I had no intentions whatsoever of riding the log flume that spun you around, or the other metallic monsters that lifted you up and dropped you unexpectedly to the ground. 'That would be stomach suicide,' as my conscience aptly put it. Still, it was funny seeing how Brian's hair, already gelled up in a quiff, stood up erect as he exited one of the rides as if he had undergone an electric ...