Gartenhotel Altmannsdorf Hotel 2
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... the steep Castle Hill and the Danube River.
First, we explored the historic center on a guided walking tour. After, we took time to stroll the lively pedestrian streets of this charming city where local street vendors offer regional gifts before returning to Vienna.
In the evening, we took a short drive through the legendary Vienna ...
... nearly as interesting as the previous two parts.
5. The fifth part was also pretty boring, and we were all getting very tired by this point and tired of standing. It was the full company of 8 horses, doing complicated choreography. They would split into two separate lines, and then merge back together into one. There was one cool part where the line zig-zagged down the hall, doing the "sliding" step. But otherwise, it wasn't that interesting.
We were ...
... It was awesome! The tour group was then taken to an adjoining room which was beautifully appointed with period furniture where we were served a 3 course meal. I have to tell you that this was the same room that Mozart as a 6 year old did his first public performance for Queen Maria Teresa, unbelievable way to finish the tour. We all felt really privileged to be part of this special place.
We finished the night off with a night cap at the ...
... 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. ...
... must admit I have mastered my acting skills over the past few months to the highest level. “Just nod and smile and nobody notices you donīt understand!” The problem comes when the person talking to you starts asking questions or complaints about whatever it can be and you are still nodding and smiling. I havenīt worked out how to deal with that yet so if anybody has a hint, please do share it. Thanks in advance! I also somehow get ...