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EXCURSION - Schonbrunn Palace
We boarded coaches and travelled to the Schonbrunn Palace, the summer residence of the Habsburg's (who ruled Europe for over 600 years), in particular the most influential of them all, Maria Theresia who lived here in seclusion after the death of her husband. It is regarded as the most famous and beautiful palace in Vienna today and its rooms reflect the style and taste of each Habsburg sovereign who inhabited ...
New day, new country. Yet it was only 3 hours away - still grasping the fact different countries can be on the same piece of land. Off to Austria we headed - the place that people who have never heard of Australia assume we are from, because we say the name too quick and bogan-like - "straya" mate. Isn't it sad that I don't like the shorter drive days? It makes me feel like I haven't travelled far enough away for it to be a new country. It also means I don't get ...
... only wooden, older, creakier and with windows that open! Boys planned the rides they were gojng on from the top of the wheel, James determined to try a rollercoaster. Once down, James took his dad on a rollercoaster, they loved it....well James did! Evening opera was amazing, the solo violinist was playing a stradavaris, we also had ballet and waltzing.....even boys were speachless! As it had stopped raining we walked around the Rathouse and that was ...
Arrived in Vienna overnight and awoke to a sunny morning. We set out early for a city tour - 1st by bus and then walking. This looks like an incredible city with many museums and other interesting sites. Public transit looks quite good as well. We will need to put a multi-day visit on our "bucket list." It was difficult to get many photos on the bus tour, but we saw most of the major buildings in the central city. We then walked through the heart of town, passing the ...
... Starting to feel hungry we headed into the center. Taking the escalator up from the metro we were in awe. It lead us up right in front of the huge St. Stephen's Cathedral, it was a breathtaking moment. Not far from the Cathedral was a restaurant that had been recommended to us to try schnitzel. We both ordered the house schnitzel with potato salad and a lemonade beer for me. When our food came out we had our second "awe" moment. The schnitzel was so big ...