Hotel Beethoven Wien
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After a slight late start and a bit of a Skype with the parentals we headed off for our last full day in Vienna. The natural museum was the last place we had left to see so that was our first stop for the day. This museum has such a large collection of stuffed animals, fossils and bones it was really quiet remarkable to visit, they ranged from …
... the Danube, at the start of the Wachau Valley. From there we drove along the valley to Spitz. This was quite scenic with the entire valley being dedicated to the growing of grapes (70% of all Austrian white wine is made here). The hillsides were all terraced and had vines on them as well, until the valley became too narrow and the hills too steep. Villages are very picturesque and the area depends on tourism with cycling being very popular, apart from wine. Along ...
... and are a reminder of the extreme and excessive wealth and power of a relative minority at the time (I guess not much different than today...). The Gloriette structure was my favorite feature of the palace.
After touring the Schonbrunn Palade and gardens we stopped for a live cooking demonstration of apple strudel, which included free samples :).
That evening, Selwyn and Renuka took us to The Strandcafe (www.strandcafe-wien.at) ...
From Cesky Krumlov, I got the bus to Vienna. This was my final time using my Busabout pass. The season was coming to an end, and none of my planned destinations after Vienna were on the Busabout route. To be honest, I was glad to see the last of Busabout. I had not got good value out of the pass, and my travels always felt a little constricted by a feeling of obligation to utilise the pass. Anyhoo, it got me to Vienna, and I was excited to be in the ...
I'm currently half way through my 6 hour train ride to Vienna. It's been a long one, but it's really nice to just sit here and be able to write about my trip. I am becoming more and more anxious to be on that night train waded to Zurich to fly home. I think my solo travel time was the perfect amount of time. I have a tiny bit more energy and drive to thoroughly visit Vienna, but I am also so ready to be home!! I miss having friends whenever I want them, I miss being ...