Austria Trend Favorita Hotel
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... that is to come. Day 4 We checked out of the hotel in the morning, had breakfast, then we were off to explore for a few hours before catching the train to Budapest. I guided my parents back to Stadtpark where I had my emotional Vivvy moment, to the film festival grounds where we ate lunch, and then back to belvedere for a quick photo op before taking a cab to the train station. Off to Budapest we go! I am sooooo excited to see what this next stop has to offer. Peace and ...
... a huge bathroom and, joy of joys, a separate shower and bath! Chairs, tables, desk and couch, a wonderful bed and breakfast included complete the picture - it is possible to be very comfortable without paying for five star.
Flushed with success we turned around and went back into the city after a short rest, this time taking the subway, and emerged in the centre of Vienna's gorgeous buildings and gardens near the Imperial Palace. ...
... pill. She was also very obvious about it. The following day was New Year's Eve and we did spend most of it relaxing. Lunch was needed though so we made the trip to mozarts cafe, a rather decadent experience which required us to wait in a queue for a spot, but we had waiters dressed in suits who couldn't do enough to make us feel welcome. Leo did enjoy the attention very much. A shared lunch followed by strudel and very fluffy pancakes, yum. Midnight rolled ...
... in the hotel lobby for a brief introduction and discussed our plans. We agreed to meet at Vienna’s famous wiener schnitzel spot, Figlmuller later that night for dinner, so my first job was to head to the small restaurant to make the necessary reservations before heading of on our way. As we did this, Felix showed me a few of his favorite spots, which also served to escape the weather. This included a specialty teahouse, a classic Viennese coffee shop and ...
... in pastries). The cake was just okay.
- Sisi Museum (part of Hofburg Palace): learned the story of the famous Empress Sisi, married to Franz Josef I. During her life she was not well liked by the public, because she didn't like royal life and spent much time away from the palace. But then she was assasinated and became a beloved legendary figure. She became known for her great beauty (5' 8", 99 pounds, 20 inch waste), and ...