Austria Trend Parkhotel Schoenbrunn Vienna
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To fly to my final stop I chose Niki airlines, a daughter of AirBerlin. It was a very different experience than all others before as for example the crew wore jeans as an uniform. But at least we got a sandwich and a drink for free. I decided to stop by in Vienna as a high school friend studies there and so I met here and stayed at her place. In the late afternoon we went to see the Stephans church, the Kärtnsr ...
... cars. It was extremely hot,34 degs.real gelato weather ! We caught a train back to Vienna,and arrived back on board just in time for happy hour ! Tonight we sail away for Budapest as we have cocktails with the Captain and then attend the Captain's Farewell Gala Dinner with Lobster on the ...
Grand! It sure is, large buildings with baroque architecture block the skyline, every corner has a grand surprise. We drop our bikes off after a little DIY (losing a bolt!) then with our bags back on, we venture on to our accommodation. Waiting in our hotel lobby we overhear others checking in, a guy from Nineveh Iraq! Chatting with the Austrian concierge, the concierge describes when he used to live in Baghdad working in construction, how interesting! I chat ...
I envisioned myself entering Austria singing the Sound of Music soundtrack, but entering Vienna was unfortunately much more anticlimactic. Vienna looked very beautiful, but I really was picturing the hills (that were alive with the sound of music) and picturesque countryside. Instead, it was freezing and all I kept seeing were Lucky Noodle restaurants, ...
... how I said it might have been a little bit of a tourist trap? Who even cares! I'd pay twice the amount we did and then some. It was spectacular. First off, we got to go in to Schönbrunn place after hours, and the palace at night is a sight to see. Second off, the concert itself took place in a room (the gold room I think it was called) where Mozart himself played on several occasions. It started off with Don Giovani, and I found myself holding back some tears because I ...