Austria Trend Favorita Hotel
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... t beat that. To drink I decided to take a night off from beer and got a strawberry smoothie while Maggie got a sweet berry tea. We finished it off with an After Eight Sunday that was the perfect end to the meal. Once again, thanks Dad for the great meal! It's a nice change to not have price be a consideration when ordering, within reason of course. Stuffed full from dinner we continued our walk of old town with the sun ...
... wrapping our scarves around our mouth and nose, to keep the feelings in our face. As we arrive back at our room, first thing we do is check the temperature, the weather app states in -6 but feels -13 degrees. How is that possible? So we quickly start to defrost and have showers. We end up relaxing for the remainder of the evening, as we kept warm. Glad we made this quick stop, Vienna has so much to offer, but we will have to come back another day to explore what more she ...
... were once again hit with the majesty of a cathedral. We noticed one of the coolest donation boxes that we have ever seen it was a clear model of the church itself. The window along the sides where Plain Square grates in design but at the end above the altar was a very impressive glass window. The columns were littered with small statues and small worship areas were created off to the sides.
We left the church and walked our way to the modern art museum. Inside we found ...
... then went to a couch surfer get together and met a few people, had a couple drinks and called it an early night as I was tired from a day of travel.
The next day she showed me around the museum quarter and a few different areas of the inner city, there were so many incredibly beautiful buildings I kind of overloaded on taking pictures (I ended up taking over 200 pictures in the four days in Vienna!). ...
... the skyline in town and onto a pedestrian street lined with high end shops, restaurants and tourist souvenir shops. It was about a 1/2 hour walk to our hotel- after having done it, we realized we probably should have taken the metro but at least it wasn't raining. The hotel was a bit hard to find, as the entrance was through a main shopping centre- there was another entrance off the street behind which was a bit easier to find. Our room wasn't ready, so we checked our bags, ...