Austria Trend Hotel Lassalle Wien
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I didn't really know what to expect for Vienna. This was not a city that I had ever really had on the must visit list. I am sooo glad Nadya added it to our list. The amount of times I felt I was in a movie set can not be counted. There are so many large grand buildings in the middle of town. You would just finish awing one building, walk through an archway then bam you are in this massive open area with the most amazing structure ...
... piled onto the bus to go to the Schnapps Museum. We all piled into the small office (That has remained the same since WW2) and we were greeted by a young woman who was to be our guide. The family has been making schnapps for 3 generations and continued to do so during the world wars. They originally just made raspberry juice until one of them bought a fermenter and started the Schnapps. They supplied the royalty and nobility in Vienna so were very popular. We then moved into ...
... walked around for a couple hours, went into the cathedral and had a weird lunch somewhere random. We had burgers they were average. The best thing about that lunch was the free wifi and I got to viber Danielle and James. Was so good to hear their voices. We ended up returning to the cathedral to go down into the Catacombs. They are amazing and scary and eerie and interesting and spooky. Lol. I could go on. They are still used to this day for cardinals of the church. Further down ...
... which is gigantic and filled with all kinds of sculptures. Then, we went up to the Gloriette, which is like a garden house, except built for royalty. We had lunch there, and after lunch we went up onto the rooftop for fabulous views over the gardens, the palace, and all of Vienna. It was a lovely day, - not too hot, which we appreciated as the grounds are very extensive, and lots of walking was ...
... etc., all beautifully presented!
My lunch was delicious. I chose a mozzarella and tomato salad drizzled with pumpkin seed oil and accompanied by a borek (phyllo pastry stuffed with feta cheese and basil, then baked). I also had a dish of olive tapenade on the side. Everything was SO delicious - even the olives, and I've always maintained I don't like olives. Bob had a lamb wrap which he also enjoyed very much.
We then went ...