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... quintessential European city, historically rich, and with all the modern glitz and glam.
A few hours in the first District is not enough to even scratch the surface of Vienna's offering, but we still managed to visit St. Stephen Cathedral and St. Michael's Church. We also browsed many the many shops, and stopped to soak in the electrifying atmosphere of Vienna while siting on a patio and ...
Again started by getting dressed into my many many many layers of clothing then walked down to the local McDonalds for breakfast. Then to the train station took the train to Stadtpark and went ice skating (Liam says FINALLY!) Liam actually fell over! Took the ...
... street for about 1/2 hr and back not finding anything at 7pm on a Friday night!). They were freshly cooked and tasted great - would have liked a salad - but all night both DCD and I had grummbly stomachs. All fine but prob won't go back there... however economical...???
Today a new day - meds for DCD's foot, SIM card to ring Aus and bits of blue sky peeking through. So we decided to go into the city centre VIA TRAIN (ha - hindsight is a wonderful t'ing - no endless ...
... The other side has been preserved to appear close to what it looked like when Mozart was there.
The house was right across the street from a store where, on a steamy previous night, Erin and I gazed longingly at fans being used for a windblown effect on mannequins and cloth. We didn't have a fan back in our modern apartment. We had lying on top of our sheets with wet socks.
I lunched at a little bistro on the Hofburg Palace grounds. That's right. I was next to ...
... br> Following a walking trail, we soon learnt that this isn't the best that the city has to offer, as we stumble across private church services, beautiful gardens and class Austrian empire buildings. The Mozart Haus proved a winner, where we gained so much info from the staff it was better than if we'd paid! He even let us into part of the museum for free!