Novotel Wien City
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... a look at the famous Sacher-Torte cakes that were being sold in the gift shop. This delicacy consists of two round sections of chocolate cake with apricot jam between them. Another layer of apricot jam coats the top, and then the entire cake is coated in dark chocolate. I briefly thought about buying one to take home, but wasn’t sure if I had the room to fit it into my pack or whether it would even survive the air trip without being damaged. A more ...
We woke up bright and early to head over to the train station and catch the 9:45 bus to Vienna. 3 hours and 45 mins later we arrived in the beautiful city of Vienna. We made our way over to our bike tour of the city, which started at 2:30, taking in the "touristy" part of the city. The bike tour was great and we saw all kinds of really interesting sights. We went through the giant forested park/amusement park that used to be the ...
... non-stop party colours from 4pm till 1am. Mum braved the cold and stood out on the fire escape at midnight and watched it go crazy.
Had a smooth flight back to London and got to look at all the lights of the big cities as we went past Brussels and Paris etc. Completely different window view to night flights over Australia as there were no vast black patches… just ongoing lights linking one big city to the next. ...
... actual tour only took about 55 minutes. In fact, we were on our way back to Vienna proper by 3:30. By the time we got back to our hotel it was close to 4:30. Cheryl and I had a rest back at the hotel and around 6:00 we heard a commotion out in the square. Drums and shouting. Sounds like a protest to me.
We opened our window looked beyond the square and saw a little group of people flanked by cops. There were as many cops as people (9) and we finally figured out ...
... crazy at feeding time competing for fish. We watched a lot of the animals being fed, the most fascinating of which was a polar bear tearing a chunk of meat to pieces whilst tourists gawked through the glass. Not quite the same as what you'd get in the wild but still pretty awesome. After the zoo we had time to see Vienna's most popular attraction, Schönbrunn Palace. This spectacular manor overlooked an enormous expanse of gardens and fountains, reminiscent ...