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... we came across. It was fine. although more expensive than we have been used to. Another not too late night and the next morning we joined a group of fellow hostel guests on a free guided walking tour of Vienna that lasted 3 hours. It was amazing! Our tour guide, Barbara, was full of information about all aspects of Viennese history, culture and architecture. It was such a great way to get our bearings for the city and we ended at St Stephen's Cathedral which was damaged by fire in ...
... vines (lots of grapes, too). There, cute blonde servers raised large trays of mugs of fresh wine with ease through the many tables. Wonderful stuff, that wine! We also had a mug of Veltliner wine, very good as well, and good thing we weren't driving. An elderly guitarist and accordionist visited tables, and played and sang and made everyone laugh. There was a buffet where we chose individual items and paid by weight. We had a variety of deep fried veggies, a huge schnitzel, and ...
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I didn't actually intend to spend a night in Vienna, but the only way I could get fast transportation to my next destination was through Vienna. So I made a bit of a change in plans and before I knew it, I had 24 hours in Vienna.
I arrived around midday and checked into my hotel Le Meridian. Again, this is ...
... br> We went back into the old city via the U which is really easy to use, by the way. After maybe a 10 minute ride we got off at Karlsplatz, the St. Karl’s Church. This time we picked up our tickets for the Mozart Requiem and then Dale and Elias took the lift and stairs up into the dome. I stayed down with all our stuff. The skies were really threatening but only a few drops fell
St. Karl’s Church was refurbished and after cleaning the frescos in the ...
... and green space to enjoy. There was a maze section that had three different hedge mazes which was pretty fun. By about 4:30 we were gardened out and headed back into town. I said good bye to the group to go get ready to meet Tom, Jason's supervisor for a drink as he had arrived in Vienna the day before. We had a nice visit over a beer on a patio in the center of town. Fillowing our visit I headed back to my hostel and promptly went to a restaurant that ...