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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... care of what to do with all those über yummy baguette options in the bakeries.
Viennese cultural customs? Getting there. Kiss kiss on both cheeks, right cheek first. Got it. Scarves as essential wardrobe items, got it. Not crossing streets on red? Got it. Cafe Mélange, of course. Schlagobbers with all desserts? Why wouldn't you? Fancy market basket? Ja, ja. "Man bag" for Tim, it's so practical. Greeting the proprietor when entering a shop? It's only polite. We're ...
Stop three was Vienna. We took a three hour bus ride to the city and got a transit pass for the next two days to cover the very spread out sights. We went to the Old Town centre to visit the Hofburg Palace where we did the Imperial Silverware, Imperial Apartments and Sisi Museums. The Silverware sounds funny, but you would never believe the amount of fine china and the number of candelabras a royal family could own! And fun fact: the tradition carries on today that only two ...
... people and not be seen. I hope you enjoy the shots I did get here, as I did it all for you guys!
From here we strolled downtown to the shopping streets to pick up a skirt for Stephanie. It seems a big part of her grumpiness had to do with her wearing a brand new pair of pants that were very tight and uncomfortable and extremely impractical for a day of walking several miles around town. By the time we were done with this exercise and she mellowed out a ...
... it to the hike after already having a 5 mile hike, to find the hike.
We decided to to a trail that looked to be about 5 miles. It was uphill the majority of the time, which kicked my butt. I've been trying to run somewhere between 3-7 miles a day for the past few months, so I thought I was in pretty good shape, but turns out adding uphill is completely different and I was beat by the end of it. It was an alright trail not that great of views as it went mostly ...
... enjoyed seeing all the beautiful rooms and hearing about the royal family, especially Empress Elizabeth of Austria! All her life she was a caged bird and she just wanted to be free, but being the Empress that was not feasibly an option for her. She was only 15 when she got married (which was much too young) therefore she never got a childhood of her own and was never able to be there for her husband or her children.
She also had unreasonably long ...