Suite'Hotel am Kahlenberg
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... here. Went down a spiral staircase that was beautifully painted as well, could see from top to bottom of it. Then went into the church. Totally OTT in our eyes and I would have thought quite distracting from its purpose. The Abbey still has 30 or so monks there (the two we saw were very old) and has a K-12 school of about 900 students, though most of the teachers are lay teachers. It was declared a WH site in 2000 and has been extensively restored over the ...
... to make some lunch to take with us to the local park. I feel I should mention the 'kitchen' at this hostel. To be fair we knew when booking that this hostel didn't have a full kitchen but that it did have a full fridge, freezer, kettle and microwave but being on such a tight budget we didn't care and planned our meals accordingly. However despite a good amount of plates and bowls and mugs and cups the only thing it had in the form of cutlery was a spoon. ...
... accordion, and then we continued biking only stopping for a beer and then later on some lunch. Dan ate schnitzel again and I had goulash and a salad. The salad tasted just like what my Oma and Dad make. I am so happy here. :)
Tonight we are facing off in some Mrs vs. Mr card games. The honeymooners are happy and doing well!
... with Theresa in Vienna and didn't know I was coming). Theresa and I worked out a surprise plan where once I had landed I would 'bump into them' somewhere in the city. So after I checked in I caught the U-bahn to Schottentor and, when I spotted them across the road, yelled out 'Oi Lia!'. She looked at me and after saying 'what the ****' and 'oh my god' several times, gave me a big hug and we were all tears and smiles - my surprise had worked, yew! It was also the ...
... to take photos but I snuck one anyway and was luck to get a picture of one of the beautiful ceiling frescoes. Keep in mind that this is one of 6 in the "Great Hall."
After our tour we walked around the gardens and finally enjoyed some partial sun. It appears that the rain has finally decided to go away. We shove off at 1AM and make our way to the Melk Abbey. Google ...