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... the price of the meal, no matter the size of the party. Rick Steves particularly mentions this and just advices his readers to “round up.”
When we asked the waitress, she told us that tip has never been included in Austria. Really.
This episode put a bit of a pall on our evening. Mark was busy looking in our Rick Steves guide for any guidance, and Cheryl was checking our Speedy German booklet to see if ...
- Arriving in Wien, or Vienna, towards evening, we were driven around the ring road that circles the inner city to view the beautiful architecture, statues etc before heading directly for a local restaurant for an included dinner in an underground room. We shared meals of mixed salad, turkey, and vegetable strudel followed by chocolate cake and dumpling with berries.
- The next morning we were met by Heidi, a very ...
... we stopped at 10 the puddles were still coated in a thick layer of ice. Back on the coach for another couple of hours. We are impressed with out your guide she is so calm and organised. A big change form out previous experience with Calvin the South African of the bossy manner and smelly arm pits. No hustle and bustle and ordering us around. No complaints of how hard he worked. Just calm and humour and great organisation everything running smoothly. Well ...
... that impressive to me. The Washington DC museum had way more amazing minerals. In Vienna, there were only two long display cases full of large minerals. But what was amazing was the sheer volume of the mineral collection. Most were only about the size of a baseball. But there were three whole rooms full of them! Most of the little ones weren't that interesting to look at, so I mostly just scanned them for the ones with cool colors. The best were the blue azurites and ...
... and a half before hand so we could visit the beautiful gardens and the magnificent Glorietta: a huge arched building at the opposite end of the palace. The walk to reach the top was pretty steep, but the resulting views were magnificent. We ended up resting
in the overpriced restaurant, had tea, coffee and some raspberry cream cheese dessert that was a lot lighter than it sounds.
Around 2:00 we walked back down the hill and reached the entrance to the ...