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The plan for today was pretty simple. Get up and out of the hotel to pick up the rental car for 9 am, head south towards Moravia, stop at the Bone Church on the way, check into our hotel in Valtice, drop off luggage and head to Vienna to see Kate.
It didn't quite happen that way. We got to the rental place about 10:00, hoping and wishing and praying for not only the automatic that we booked, but that it was big enough to hold all of our luggage. Because Jeanne is a ...
... were heading up into the mountains in Slovakia with both sets of parents. We asked to join them up until Bratislava, the capital, which gave Kat a chance to show off her home country.
Languages are a funny thing. We speak one. Australian. Kat’s parents speak a little German, but mostly Slovak. Antoine’s ...
... inside the cathedral and do a bit of shopping before walking us back to the coach. I had been to Vienna twice before and had completely different experiences in every visit. The city really needs a few days to walk around and see all the interesting bits but we only had a morning to get an over view.
In the evening the staff sang Happy Birthday to Stefan and gave him a cake.We were also sitting on a lovely table of people so ...
... rescued him. Well what an experience, at Steirereck im Stadtpark not sure where to begin! The boys had given this special treat to us as joint birthday gifts. Cameron had researched and booked months ahead! The serves, were just perfect and neither of us left feeling bloated. The amuse bouchée was incredible, followed by our degustation of 6 courses. There were 20 breads on the bread trolley to choose from, assorted butters. Then of course our ...
... people you could only see the bride. Before we left Mum wanted to see an ornament in the Kunstkamer Collection called the Cellini Salt cellar. The Cellini Saltcellar featured roman gods Neptune and Terra (representing water and earth) sitting on animals that represent there power, there were faces on the side of the ornament showing the time of day and the four winds/seasons. It's base was wooden with little spheres to roll on. The museum altogether was quite interesting. SO LONG ...