Austria Trend Hotel Donauzentrum Wien
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... our food, my eyes light up. These schnitzels were about the size of my head, and I have a pretty big head. The schnitzel was amazing, so amazing. Within 10mins I had demolished my schnitzel while also drinking my beer, having some sides and sending live update Viber messages to Adam. Excluding the Christmas Night dinner, best meal I have had so far this trip. I did help out Colleen a lil with her schnitzel too. Then came the strudel. I have been talking up ...
... it is very much on display. I've never seen so many women who can wear puffy coats and still look thin. What the Viennese bring to the mix is a fondness for decoration. Patterned fabric, patchwork, embroidery and applique, or a mix of them all. Knit winter hats, scarves and gloves/mittens are very much everywhere. And often quite creative. It's a great place to be a knitter. Vienna's proximity to Eastern Europe brings it more of that ...
... amp; visited a wine museum & did some wine tasting. Absolutely loved Bratislava & would highly recommend it. Today we took the train to Vienna (now getting used to train travel & subway systems). Have only been here a short time, but It is easy to see the western influence vs the eastern cities we have visited.
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... or put my legs together! Bloody bikes…
On our last day, Chris was my personal tour guide around Vienna, as Phil had shown him around the day before while us girls were wine tasting. It was really nice having him to myself for a few hours, being around loads of other people all the time can be pretty hard, so I’ve learnt to really appreciate having one-on-one time with him.
My tour started with a short tram ride, then a walk through the shopping ...
... del Popolo.
After mass ended, we headed to Trestevare. It was such a huge marketplace. It was like Chinatown on major steroids…and then some. This market was booths stretched for 2 miles. It was so long that we probably only saw 1/3 of it. You can find anything from souvenirs to regular clothes to fake Rolexes. It was certainly a neat experience walking up and down the market. After shopping we went to Castel San Angelo. This is the large round castle that was used as ...