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- Free High-Speed Internet
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After being awoken to the sound of??? scaffolding being dismantled - either that or our hotel falling down - not good as we were on the 4th floor, we ventured out for a 3hr walk around Ringstrabe - a road that surrounds the old city with opulent mansions from times gone by, many museums and theatres where Mozart, Strauss and Bach once entertained. …
Right, you always hope that the weather is great when you travel, but Vienna was making sure to not provide me with any sunshine or blue sky.
Therefore Anna, a nice girl from Russia who I had met the evening before in my youth hostel room, and I decided to get an idea of Vienna and where things are and to simply just make the most out of our "holiday freedom".
We started right at the Naschmarket, which offers fruits, vegetables, fish, cheese, sausauges, spices, ...
... until out of frustration I just said forget it! Time was wasting away and now we wouldn’t even have time for the short tour. Instead my mom and I toured the grounds, which alone were worth seeing, while Steph stayed behind with the luggage. Just as I felt we were starting to enjoy the place it was time to head back and catch our train to Hungary. From there it was auf wiedersehen to Austria. I only hoped that our bad luck this day does not cross national borders.
I was ...
A fairly uneventful day. I caught a taxi to the airport in Vienna. The driver was lovely and extremely talkative. I enjoyed the ride very much. One thing he said concerned me and that was this year it did not snow once in Vienna. He looked to be in his 60s and was born and bred in Vienna and told ...
... Tower and substantial buttresses it is a very dominating building. It was a little disappointing that they had scaffolding up on one side but the outside was in bad need of some restoration which they were well on their way with. The detail that went into the church will explain why it took well about 150 years to build. The coloured tile roof was also great to look at. There are over 230,000 of them.
We went inside and that is where ...