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We only spent about 6 hours in this part of the world but I would love to return.
Firstly we spent time at the Habsburg palace. It is magnificent. The Habsburgs basically ruled all of Europe for some time. I didn't have time to go inside the palace but I made it to the gardens. You should see them! They are magnificent too. They even had a musical maze! That was a pretty fun experience!
After stopping there ...
... cancers as there are as many smoking over here as there is in more uneducated Asia. One nearly chokes to death in the thickness of the atmosphere and even though it is cold outside it is a welcome relief to get some fresh air. We then moved on to the Hofburg where we entered the Treasury Wing. There are numerous other wings and it would take a good week to 'do' them all and then it would only be very superficial as the information and ...
... each intersection someone chose which direction to go (we would have gone in a circle if it was up to Dan). A email with instructions on how this directional activity had been sent out to all but it appears Liz did not get the email as she could not seem to understand how it was played. :-) Somehow we arrived at a wonderful park. Amongst other things was Johann Strauss' golden statue and a lovely fountain. Liz found a lovely man busking with a piano accordion to ...
... there were only 32 of us and our local guide Sylvia. No photos allowed inside so you will just have to imagine!!! (Forgot to buy a postcard!!!) After seeing through the palace we had some free time in the gardens so we decided to get a horse and carriage along with Sandra and Peter and the Greek family. It was a fun and easy way to see a lot. There are over 400 acres of gardens and woodlands and even a zoo. We learnt all about the Hapsburgs and their reign in Ostereich ...
... with the Quarters and is built over the Vltava river, the longest river in the Czech Republic, starting near the border of Germany. We managed to see the main sights in the time we were there.
Well, we are now in Vienna. The Apartment is compact and clean. Apparently, we are 10 mins walk from the centre. We'll have a good look round tomorrow.
For now it's bedtime. I've been given the pull out bed (very comfy), so as not to disturb the girls with my snoring!!! ...