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Although I calculated to be a week in Vienna, time really flies, and I have the feeling that although I did and see different sights everyday, I must have lost time somewhere inbetween.
As a lot of the museums in Vienna are around the same area I start with the chamber of treasury. There is beautiful and fine jewelry.
I move on to see the porcellain collection of the former emperors before visiting the emperors rooms. ...
... and now weaving our way through the roadworks and crowds of people, looking for our hostel. We found it fairly easy, dropped off our bags, and went for a walk. We were a little stumped when we realised Vienna no longer had a free walking tour! What were we to do now? We took a rather aimless walk, passing many impressive buildings not knowing what they were, but we would be sure to come back to them once we knew where we were on the map! That evening I had ...
... learned how to ride a bike without training wheels, he also happens to have quite a few years of mountain biking experience. So he rides like fricken Lance Armstrong and when he finally stops for me to catch up, I am wiping the sweat off of my face… oh well, gotta work off those beers some how! We stopped at a World War Two memorial site and listened to a sweet old man ...
... So the schnapps museum was awesome! The guy leading the tour was an absolute champion, what a comedian. He started off with a struggle as had forgotten that he had to even give the tour and had only just gotten home from a bender 15 minutes prior. He was so hung over it was hilarious. He managed to give a great tour still starting with their office which is still as it was in the 1800s. It's one of the few buildings around that didn't get bombed in the war. Now ...
... of the St. Stephan’s Cathedral and wondered through the ancient back allies and hidden court yards of the city. We really learned a great deal about the history of the city and about what it is like to live and work in the historic center. We even got to go INSIDE buildings on this tour! One nice feature is that the Catholic Church has decreed that no one can be charged for entering a church. So, in the smaller churches you could wander at will. In the ...