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I skipped the palace tour and slept in a bit today. Honestly, I just could not get back on the bus so soon after our long ride from Prague.
I set out around noon to the Streets of Vienna looking for the open market. I cut through the grounds of the Belvedere Palace. It was sunny, and many folks were out soaking up the rays. After about 40 …
Our last day started with noon mass at the big St. Stephen's Cathedral and another standing room only performance. The kids were great even though they looked a little tired.
Calvin and I headed out for the New City Hall for the Ice World extravaganza. They installed 7,000 meters of synthetic ice track around the Rathaus building. We were …
... hour, we made it to our hostel. Having been extremely sick throughout Italy and pushing my body so I could get all the experiences, I needed a rest day. I was too tired to even construct sentences for my blog. I couldn't sleep though.
Kayla and Emma wanted to look around so I thought I would join them. We found a clothes shop where I got a top-so nice to have new clothes when all you do is wear the old ones over and over. At times, being ...
... therein wearied the mind very quickly trying to take it all in. The whole palace is more like a complex and consists of some 18 wings, 2600 rooms, 54 staircases, 19 inner courtyards and two large gardens. It spreads over 240,000m2. From the beginning of their rule in the 13th century to the end of the monarchy in 1918, the Habsburgs lived and resided in Vienna making the city the centre of European politics and history for some 640 ...
... to and people selling tickets to a classical music concert that night that we could buy. Dan was excited about both of these things :-) By this time morning tea was calling so we went off to find a coffee and cake. After our first Vienna morning tea (looking forward to more of them). We found a market place full of food to buy. So we joined in and purchased foods within feta cheese stuffed in them. Very nice. Schonnbrunn Castle was our next place to visit (we ...