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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... history of the palace and its vast gardens spans over 300 years, reflecting the changing tastes, interests, and aspirations of successive Habsburg monarchs.
We walked back to the metro and caught the train to the amusement park. This was free to get into, but then you pay for each ride. They were all around 4eur so we picked one. This was a Rollercoaster were you lay down. We then just walked around checking out all the rides. This place is massive as well and all ...
... rain fell as we were sound asleep.
Breakfast was at the 4-star Grand Hotel, complements of our apartment. Nice spread with even more than the Schernthaner, including poached eggs, lots of fruit, which is usually missing from German breakfasts, and a deluxe coffee machine with cappuccino and espresso. Yum.
We returned to our room, finished packing up, then strolled around town towards our car. We had about $70 to spend in ...
... and asked if that was OK. The answer of course was no and that prisoners have more comfortable lives but my answer was " yes - great".... With nothing to keep me in the hostel I headed out in search of food and beer. I found both in a superb bierkeller with epic chicken schnitzel. From here I moved onto altogether less authentic Irish bar and English pub but all was well. I set an early alarm on Wednesday and hammered the schnitzel it of Vienna. Waltz ...
... to the actual Hofburg Palace, which was the winter residence of the Habsburgs. We visited thte palace apartments, the museum of “Sisi” (the beloved wife of Emperor Franz Josef, the last emperor of the Hapsburg dynasty, and the Imperial Treasury (a bit of a disappointment as there were only a few crowns and broaches, with some missing their gems, some guilded capes and scepters and a lot of religious icons).
The story of Sisi was a ...
... see all the main sites, and learn about it's history at the same time. We did a lap around the city centre and hopped off out the front of the State Opera House. I really wanted to go see a performance so Matt went in and sussed it out. He found out that we could get tickets for 3€ if we were prepared to line up for a ticket and stand up during the show. For that price we were more than happy to go with it! and decided to come back later in the evening to line up. Next ...