Rainers Hotel Vienna
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... Cafe, one of the oldest established in 1856 was just across the street from the hotel and we had a lovely time there. Cafe Griensteild was also close and a great place for a coffee.
Vienna is said to have one of the best ( meaning most expensive) shopping streets in Europe. Kanterstrasse, has fabulous shops, is walking street so no cars with great window shopping. Alas we haven't won our millions yet ...
... the whole city from up here. We took lots of photos and then headed back down with a mind to head over to the opera. However by the time we got back to the hotel to get changed we thought it might be a bit late to get tickets so we decided to have an early night and go to the opera tomorrow night. The next morning we went straight back to the Hofburg Palace and were relieved to walk straight in this time. The palace was the winter residence of the Emperor and Empress, Frans Joseph ...
... people. It is fiction but it is nice to occasionally read about decent and noble people doing difficult jobs and yet enjoying themselves. I'm not a great fan of sweets or pastries. My taste goes, or did go, to the fried, salty snacks until a little event in July last year revised my eating habits, and for the better I might add. However, there was one Viennese delicacy I wanted to try, a cremeschnitten, which is a rich creme slice with light flaky pastry. So sitting at ...
... the palace lost it's appeal we took the metro to the world's oldest and largest Ferris Wheel, Wiener Riesenrad. Built in 1897 and reaching over 212 feet tall it was a terrifying ride. The cars were creaky and swayed in the wind, though the view was spectacular, I was very glad to have my feet back on the ground. We walked around the fair there for the rest of the day and enjoyed the freaky looking rides and oddly placed giant gorillas.
... hours or so for sleep. Even though I didn't feel like it I made sure to get up for the walking tour, and I'm so glad I did. We walked through the gardens of the palaces, got to see statues of Vienna's composers and ended in the shopping district. From there I scoped out the huge music museum in the city, and was treated to an amazing exhibiton dedicated not only to the great composers who worked and lived in the historic city, but also to sound in general. ...