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... of stairs, cobblestones, etc. We dock soon in Vienna and the 3 of us will do the city bus/walking tour. Then after lunch on the ship, Mom and I will do a palace/garden tour while Dad stays on ship, then after dinner, we'll do a Mozart concert (even Dad). :-) I best get going, just wanted to let you know that things are going very well, just would really like to shake this cold. ...
Arrived in Vienna this afternoon to 35 degrees. Met Margaret in the lobby of our hotel, and our Vienna adventure begins! First stop, settle in and having a cool refreshment to beat the heat. After settling in and having a lovely Viennese coffee and cool drink in the lounge, off we headed for an exploratory walk around our locale in Vienna. Margaret had pre-booked the Belvedere and Schonbrunn /Hofburg Palaces before we arrived. This ...
... Welles' dramatic film "The Third Man." In that film a compartmented Ferris wheel plays a significant role, and lo and behold, the Ferris wheel or Riesenrad still exists within the Prater amusement park, near to the banks of the Danube. For a few kicks we took a ride, and watched a couple sharing a candle-light dinner in the next compartment. There's more to share about Vienna, but I'll leave that to tomorrow. Just a one-word tease: Fleamarket. Blog to you later! ...
... the challenge and ate until we could no longer physically eat anymore. We came so close! Only 4 ribs left each. We slowly walked home with big bellies and fell into a deep food coma the minute we got into bed. We woke up and headed out for some breaky at a cafe the hotel had recommend called Gecko. We had the biggest latte's ever! They were seriously the size of a big tumbler glass. Mmmmm coffeeeee. I got waffles with fruit, chocolate sauce and cream. They ...
From the it was back on the metro to Prater which is a large park containing an amusement park with rollercoasters, rides, etc. The most famous attraction there is the Prater Ferris Wheel which is over 100 yrs old. It was largely destroyed during WW2 but was rebuilt and is still going strong. Good views from the top but the skies were still grey and cloudy so not the clearest day to get the best of the views.
We then jumped ...