Suite'Hotel am Kahlenberg
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... t bad at all. Got into Vienna around 5:15 after another scenic train ride. Then found our way to our hostel, which was a 3km walk luckily downhill. After settling in we planned our time here quickly before heading to a pub to see the UEFA Championships between Juventus and FC Barcelona. Reminded me of watching hockey playoffs back in Canada as everyone was very into the game. Barcelona ended up winning 3-1 with a goal in extra time to seal the deal. All in all it was a pretty exciting ...
... people that they were fully booked for the next few hours.
Feeling lost and hungry we then wandered the streets and decided on a nice little café. The service was terrible. After waiting over 5 minutes to be acknowledged we then waited 15 minutes for our food. We then had to wait over 30 minutes after finishing to get the bail (No tip was left). We then wander around admiring the city and its buildings for an hour until our pickup.
Once reunited with the group ...
Vienna is a very beautiful, classical music capital of the world. It's a city very different from Paris or London where there's many more things to admire than big landmarks to check off your list. We went to both of the royal palaces, Hofburg and Schonbrunn (the summer palace) but since they were homes to the same royal family, they were pretty similar and they also did not allow pictures. We also saw the silver of the family which was interesting but excessive. ...
... that would have me throwing up my schnitzel. We were trying to find the Criminal Museum but no such luck and we couldn't be bothered going to the Natural History Museum though it may have been cool. We ventured to find COFFEE. I hadn't had coffee for the entire duration of my trip to date. And I found one in Starbucks lol. I got the biggest vanilla latte I could get and it was amazing..!! And so needed. We ended up going back later in the day and I got a caramel frappachino. ...
... Hapsburg summer palace. We weren't allowed to take pictures, so we picked up a book with history and pictures, after the tour. This palace was particularly important during the reign of Maria Teresa in the 1700's, and Franz Josef in the 1800's. After the First World War, when Austria became a republic, it was given over to the state. After the palace tour, we walked through the immense gardens to the ...