Austria Trend Parkhotel Schoenbrunn Vienna
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... After a 20 minute walk, we got to the Hofburg Palace, which was the residence of the royal Habsburg dynasty. Maria Theresa, who was Empress of Austria, had some ridiculous amount of children, one of whom was the well-known Marie Antoinette, Queen to King Louis XIV of France (pretty sure it was Louis XIV anyway….), who got her head chopped off alongside her husband in the French Revolution. The palace buildings were massive, and more modern looking than some of the ...
After leaving this palace we cycled over to the Sisi Museum which was the home of the Emperess Elizabeth who led an inetresting live and did not like her regal role and was some what oif a rebel.
Great exhibit followed by a look at how she and her family lived.
Finally we stopped by the home and now museum of Sigmunf Freud and also we found the childhood home Max Gross, father of Francine VanScoyc who is a member of ...
... ankle, feel like ****, miss home, then finally get out of bed, focus on getting all the residence and registration and phone/internet things then come back home, either hang out with Adrianna or Ana, feel better about myself, then go home missing home and go to sleep. Repeat.
But luckily it's been getting better, my mood swings of missing home and hating everything about Europe are starting to become milder and things are smoothing out. It also helped that I only ...
... an 18 pack of abs and his family and a few others that I cannot remember right now.
To warm up a little we decided to check out the brewery that was right next to the Belvedere gardens. We stopped in for just one beer each. The brewery, Salm Brau, made five different kinds of beer. We had the pilsner and the Helles kind. They were both alright but nothing special.
All warmed up we decided to make the walk to Karlsplatz. Karlsplatz is another palace type ...
... dinner at another Heuriger. They were extremely hospitable and friendly, even taking me up the mountain to see the view of Vienna again and getting drinks at this tiny cafe overlooking the city.
When I arrived back home, my friends were getting ready to head out once more. We ended up at Praterdom, a club, and we stayed until very late (or, I should say, very early). Another productive day down!