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... us, only to be told on arrival, that they were overbooked and were moving us to a different hotel! They rang a taxi to take us there, but after driving around for twenty minutes, it was obvious the taxi driver had no idea where to go. I suggested he ring the hotel he had just picked us up from and get the exact address from them. We eventually found it, checked in, then went out to find somewhere to get something ...
... Palace which houses many museums - then went on to a cafe ( a very grand cafe) where we had a hot chocolate and Sacher Torte - a chocolate cake originating in Vienna. The hot drink was very welcome it was the first cold day of the trip.
We then left the guided tour and went to the Imperial Treasury museum which is the home for the most unbelievable treasures dating back 1000 years. This area is the oldest part of the Hofburg Palace - collections were commenced from ...
... gardens, we spent some time running through them an only got a little list about 3 times where cam thought I might not be able to direct us out of it. Once back home we rested our feet before dinner. We got dressed up and went out for our last dinner in Europe to Frei Raum an amazing restaurant with a fabulous atmosphere on the Main Street. We had such a fantastic time at dinner and were ready to go back home ...
... for traditional Austrian food.
Two old guys playing violin and piano accordion. They played 'Tie me kangaroo down' and 'Waltzing Matilda' for us. We ate Schnitzel and Strudel. Kate drank Strawberry Wine and Derek had a red and a white mulled wine.
The perfect end to our Vienna stay!
... Palace. Then we saw the Austrian Parliament Building before we got on the metro to head for the Wiener Riesenrad. It was the world's tallest extant Ferris Wheel from 1920-1985 (212 feet) and is currently the oldest Ferris Wheel in existence. The view of the city was great. Lastly, we walked through Burggarten to see the statue of Mozart before returning to the bus at Maria-Theresien-Platz.