Delta Hotel Vienna
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... our food, my eyes light up. These schnitzels were about the size of my head, and I have a pretty big head. The schnitzel was amazing, so amazing. Within 10mins I had demolished my schnitzel while also drinking my beer, having some sides and sending live update Viber messages to Adam. Excluding the Christmas Night dinner, best meal I have had so far this trip. I did help out Colleen a lil with her schnitzel too. Then came the strudel. I have been talking up ...
... rewards member we got an upgrade, which put us in a cute little Skoda Yeti. We headed south for about an hour and a half and somehow managed to find the church. Today there was even more scaffolding, and the street was all dug up with barriers around it!
After Jeanne got a chance to look around we hopped in our little car and set the GPS for Valtice! It was a beautiful ride through the countryside, although at first I didn't drive quite as fast as the other ...
... a bustling little location. Considering it started as an old Viking fishing village it had definitely developed into something special. Rach was impressed with her first glimpse of Europe. We walked down the promenade to the Little Mermaid Statue which was inspired by the fairy tale of the same name written by no other than Hans Christian Anderson.
... a main entrance hall containing the tomb-like Hall of Generals, and four large exhibition halls, in which the collections are housed. One of the most notable parts of the museum's collection relates to the assassination of the Archduke Francis Ferdinand. On display are the car in which the Archduke and his wife
were riding when they were assassinated, the uniform he was wearing, the pistol ...
... After that we went toward the children’s rooms. The children had used these rooms for over 300 years. The children had three rooms when they were born. When they were 6 or over they had six rooms to play in. In the rooms we looked at a royal’s lifestyle and a normal person’s lifestyle. We also looked at a boys and a girls royal lifestyle and what they did. Will and I played in the playroom and made a fort.
Then we went to the palace ...