Hotel Graf Stadion
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... this is Vienna's biggest and most popular market. One side of it is lined with stalls selling all kinds of things - from your basic fruits and veggies and meat to exotic spices, breads, vinegar and other goodies. Vienna's top chefs like to get their ingredients here. The other side is lined with restaurants, and several of Nina's favorites in the city have their homes here. We sat for brunch at Tewa, where I indulged in the Viennese breakfast (croissant, ...
... go and eat at their favourite. Chris has crepes, which he declares as the best crepes in the world. Chris has been sampling crepes from across Europe and even in the Calgary airport. The boy loves his crepes. Sarah eats at a Japanese vendor and goes for the Salmon and Chicken Teppanyaki. Leanne and I got for the bratwurst and beer. We also have a tradition Austrian desert ...
... first location took us via the underground up to the Schönbrunn Palacee, here we got both the opportunity to have a look around the expansive gardens and also check out some of the Christmas trinkets on offer. At this market we didn’t partake in any of the famous gluewein as it was still a bit early we thought however we did have a taste of some of the delicious cheeses and dips available.
Leaving this market it was back towards ...
... It was just under 11 hours. This meant that our total journey has been about 24 hours. The flight was calmer than yesterday and only a couple of patches of turbulence.
We both waited for Marion’s bag and hoped that another red bag would come out – but no. It is worrying as the Thai airlines authorities are quite vague about it. One person told us this morning that they may have David’s ...
... We then decided to go on something a bit faster, and found a rollercoaster that you were strapped into lying down. It started off slow but then sped up a lot, and did loop the loops and all sorts!! We then wandered round a bit and decided to get some dinner from a place in the fair-grounds called Schweizerhaus, where their specialty is pork knuckle. This is charged by the kilo, and they try to give you a kilo so there was a lot of meat, even when you count the ...