Suite'Hotel am Kahlenberg
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... when I left, and he explained the place I really wanted to go was way on the other side of the Hofburg palace. I knew I didn't have time to do the armor museum and go all the way to the actual library. And I'd seen an amazing armor museum in Paris, so I just went to the real library. And it was pretty incredible. Except for trying to get pictures without people in them.
- Augustinian Church: this was right next to the library and took a quick peak inside. ...
... the cafe though was the atmosphere. In Vienna, cafés are not just places to drink coffee; rather they are for relaxing, places were you can spend hours perusing the newspapers. We stayed for a while but before long we were heading for another truly Viennese activity: opera! Our guide told us how to secure cheap tickets and, after an hour of queuing, we were in! The show was incredible. We were able to secure a standing spot for an extortionate four euros with ...
... had recommended called Franz. It was really good, I had a sauteed vegetables rolled inside a crepe then baked with cheese on top, I think I am going to go there for dinner once more tonight. Following dinner I chatted with a girl in my room who lives in Abbotsford and then went to bed. Hope you enjoyed this post, will be catching up on all my Vienna posts this evening. Hope that you had a nice weekend, Alanna Ps scooters are togally a thing again in ...
... brought beer and food to make the wait better.
Vienna’s allright. With its pretty buildings with a similar style, they all look like fancy palaces. Their Museum Quarter is actually HUGE! Too bad I’m not too much into Museums…! Anyways, Overall the vibe of the city was a very pretty and fancy city, and made me think this city is better to visit rather than live in. I was kinda glad I didn’t choose this city as my exchange semester, until I saw the ...
... she explained the history of Salzburg which I won't bore you with. Of course we had to see Mozart's house. Half of the group then went on a scenic drive into the mountains, to view Eagles nest, Hitlers lair in the mountains. We spent our time in Salzburg wandering around. There was a lot happening as it was Saturday. In one of the squares was a huge bike sale and show. In another square was a farmers market and yet another square had a beer tent and ...