Delta Hotel Vienna
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... into still maintained in its original state, stunning gardens and butterflies, daddy would have loved it, there were even orchids!! After the butterflies long walk to the newsmarchets, or fresh food markets, once again fantastic, and still being run from the original old markets of the 1800s, we grabbed an Austrian hot dog to fuel up for the afternoon! Schönbrunn Palace was a fair way out of the city centre, but ...
... waited for the next day.
Weather is great, sunny and warm. We had a nice breakfast downstairs. They have a very extensive selection with cereals, breads, yogurt, cold meats, fruit, eggs and ham. Oh yeah and coffee...and juice. Off we go to explore Vienna with full tummies.
We are going up to Schonbrunn Palace for our first trip of the day. This will be our first palace. They only show 40 of the 1441 rooms that are there, but we should get a ...
... got a little silly . We ended up wandering around seeing all the stunning architecture of the museums and parliament etc The only building that we ended up inside was St Stephen's Cathedral, another day another church, haha just kidding. It was pretty cool just like all the others we had been in.
By that stage we were pretty much done so it was back to the airport to head for home. A long weekend but heaps of fun and two more places crossed off of Europe. ...
The departure morning ritual was a little of this morning as our driver, Marcus, was off for the day due to European Union driving regulations. It was strange to not have him there, however our temporary driver, T-Bone, did an excellent job in getting us to our next destination, Vienna. With only one night in Vienna and so much to see, we embarked upon a driving tour as soon as we arrived. Our first stop was Schonbrunn Palace, the summer residence of the ...
... occasionally interrupted their otherwise meaningful silence. When I got up to go walk around, the two slowly leaned toward each other and pressed their foreheads together. Erin wished I'd hurry back. Awkward!
They got off the train before we did. You better believe we spent the remainder of our journey imagining their story. That is, we played with this idea until I suggested the man might have some terminal illness. That ruined the game. Sorry, ...