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Travel Blogs from Vienna
... we ticked off quite a few of the Austrian staples and they were just what was needed after a cold day's walk. Sated, we called into a little supermarket for some Bailey's (so cheap in Europe!) and a few other snacks and supplies and headed back to our hood on the metro. Much success.
The next day dawned cold ad cloudy, but luckily no rain or snow. We decided to head out to Schönbrunn Palace, which was the summer palace and play ground of Emperors and royalty ...
... venue. An onslaught of photos ensued! A lot of people were dressed up, so I felt out of place in my joggers and daggy jumper. We were nicely hidden in the standing area from the people in the boxed areas, so my appearance couldn’t offend them. We held the fort on some good standing areas and put our coats away.
After about ten minutes of ballet, we realised we were watching the Nutcracker. It was absolutely stunning, one of the best ballets I have ever ...
... They don't serve it like a hot dog (well you can have it like that if you ask) but they cut it up on a plate and give you a roll or a piece of bread. The weather was cold today or I should say fresh. Austrians dress as if it is five to ten degrees colder. Their heating bill must be astronomical as well because everywhere we enter we have to take our *********** because it is super warm. The architecture is hard to place. A lot of the city is relatively ...
... she gets car sick but manages to spend entire time on iPad reading when she not looking around to check upon everyone one or talking non stop ) Lots of hilarity we now all very comfortable with each other. Ross and Barry two clowns who entertain us. And the two Jennifer's who giggle constantly Helen back with us after lots of tests and some i.v. fluids Austria home of swarovski crystal, Red Bull, the Sound of Music, Sigmund Freud, ...
... a bustling little spot on top of another hill, for a coffee and then a great walk down through vineyards to Nurssdorf, where we got tram back to city and had great lunch at tirolerhof cafe. Then went to opera museum, which was not very enlightening as most info was in German. Then we took a self guided tour on ring strasse tram. Saw the amazing building which the ...
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