Delta Hotel Vienna
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We elected 8am breakfast since we would be in Paris at 9.30am we thought that would give us sufficient time to have breakfast and get our gear in order.
We would be taking breakfast in our cabin.
Since there was no room to put up the standard table, when the brown paper bags were delivered, with a gentle "Bonjour" from our conductor ( good morning in French, same conductor, who said goodnight to us in German, very impressive) we had ...
... much of any character, it’s just another big, expensive, European city. We did however really enjoy the St. Stephen’s Cathedral and the many city gardens. We were able to go see a movie, “What We Do in the Shadows” at an English movie theatre, which provided us from a night-off from the constant sight-seeing. I howled with laughter pretty much the entire time, I may have frightened some of the other movie-goers ...
We didn't feel like doing too much today, so caught the number 1 tram, and did a loop on it. Past gorgeous old buildings and out into the suburbs and back again. Very interesting.
Then we caught a train out to Schonbrunn Palace, the former summer residence of the Habsburgs. It is huge, with 1,141 rooms. We didn't do the tour, just wandered around outside. There are magnificent fountains and statues throughout the grounds, ...
... as it gave a quick brief history on Vienna which we didn't know much about. That night the rest of the team arrived so we had a get together at a local restaurant with your typical Austrian dishes.
Saturday was touch day. We had to get a bus out there with the rest of the teams as it was out of the city in the middle of nowhere. The weather had been perfect the day before in Vienna but on the Saturday it ...
We decided to venture a little further afield and go and visit the palace at Schönbrunn. Slug was amazed at the mammoth size and opulence of the palace and the grounds/gardens. After a short very crowded tour of the palace we headed to the top of the hill to the Glorriette for guess what ? Yes more cake! We then caught the underground back in to the city, and Beaver showed ...