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 …
... serves the very famous Sacher Torte. And we still had time left, so we decided to go and try it out. Although we went to the Sacher Stube, which was less busy, but still full of ambience and served the same food. We all tried the Sacher Torte, which was a dark chocolate cake with some sort of fruit flavoring underneath the chocolate top. I'm not a fan of dark chocolate, so I didn't enjoy it much. But it was still one of those things ...
... there was a massive fire works display, a great way to celebrate the end of our Northern Cities of Europe tour.
Leaving Budapest was a very deflating experience. With an early morning flight at 6:00 we woke at 3:00, packed up our stuff and walked ten minutes to where an airport shuttle took us to the airport. Wizz airlines was a poor choice as there check in process is ****. Buying tickets online was easy, so was checking in ...
Sitting here in the Vienna airport...tired...wanting coffee...feeling like a foreigner. How do people from all over the world come to the USA and adjust seemingly with ease? No one can understand me because I talk to fast and I can't understand them because they are speaking different languages!! I just want some coffee ...
... Very interesting building though - one of the oldest in Vienna and had originally been a bakery. There had been talk of demolishing the building in the 1960's but it had been turned into a bakery museum and coffee house and then a restaurant. Most of the museum is still there and we had a lovely meal. After that, it was back to hotel where Ed scrolled hopefully through the tv channels, before resorting to his Kobo. Then bed for us all, with dreams of sugarplum fairies and hopes for ...