Hotel Graf Stadion
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... have my ticket I couldn’t be certain. By the time I got to where I thought I needed to be it was almost 10. I waited for my family but didn’t see them anywhere. Just when I thought I was too late and missed my window they strolled up, Stephanie being very grumpy. It seems she got up late and was stressed out as well getting to the place. Nevertheless we immediately walked in and found a place in the stands to watch the show.
Now the show we ...
... s it. Apparently that is how it is served … no salad, no sides, just meat and condiments. Go figure. I will say, however, that the sausages were spectacular....
After lunch we spent the after noon exploring the Hofburg Palace and surrounds. We started with the Imperial Crypt of the Hapbsburgs. (The Hapsburgs were the rulers of the Austro-Hungarian empire that maintained its stronghold until the end of the empire in 1916 through interfamily marriages ...
... in the Graben caught our attention, so down we settled for our morning dose of caffeine. Richard and Mick being used to having mugs of coffee at home, had become frustrated with having to deal with minute cups, where one has to hold them between two fingers. After some negotiating with a very patient non-English speaking waitress, the gentlemen were guaranteed the aforementioned. Lo and behold, they not only ...
... the weather wasnt too cold, I got to eat a cupcake (though they call it muffins in europe) and a bit too bitter hot chocolate and got to take in the nice parts of Vienna at night.
Either way on Monday it was time to face reality, and boy did it hit me hard.
Spent the day getting my dorm keys, taking money out for first months rent (had trouble using the ATM with those dumb PIN thingies), then go to school which was another adventure in itself since I had only ...
... extensive collections of the imperial family. Considered one of the worlds most eminent museums.
4. Natural history museum: holds many artefacts that have been collected for 250 years
5. Hofburg Palace: home of the most powerful people in European and Austrian history, including the Habsburg dynasty. Currently it is official residence of the President of Austria.
6. St. Stephen's Cathedral (Stephansdom): A very ...