Austria Trend Parkhotel Schoenbrunn Vienna
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... fun. I enjoy meeting people and hearing where they have been, can't wait to do this more. Tuesday we started our day in Vienna with a walking tour of the city. Learned some things including a very important tip for those on a budget, walk as far into a pay building as you can before you need a ticket. This was a great suggestion as we were able to see the internal architecture along with partly inside of the amazing library. ...
Vienna was a great way to regroup. I had my own little apartment where I could sleep in, I did some laundry (though the system was a little prehistoric), I spent hours in the coffee shop straightening out bank issues and planning my next stops. On my first full day I found the biggest park in the city and just got lost in it (with a picnic, of course). It was a super cool park, it had massive playgrounds and slides, tennis courts, ...
... 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 ...
Today we are resting up from our trip, although we did go to for a walk this afternoon. We stumbled upon three places we'd not yet discovered. First we came upon the Palais Ephrussi, the historical Viennese home of the family featured in the book I am currently reading, called "The Hare with the Amber Eyes". Very impressive little home. Now it has a 'Casino' sign on it. Then, we walked past Mozart Haus, which is now a museum. However he lived there for ...
... on ceilings which were 70 meters above the ground is mind boggling. Today, an elevator took us up to a platform, and from there we walked up lots of stairs until finally we reached the dome, from which we had lovely views over all Vienna.
Outside most of these beautiful churches in Vienna, there are large public squares, some with parks as well, where people may just sit, relax, and enjoy the sunshine. We happily joined right in with the ...