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... The cafe is reminiscent of the old-style cafés, marble tables and floors, damask seats, elegant decor and waiters dressed in black suits. Moving on, we passed the Kaisergruft, where the tombs of the key members of the imperial family, including Empress Maria Theresa, are located. We also took in the splendour of St Stephen's Cathedral, and admired its nave with beautiful stained glass. Construction began in 1300. The colourful roof has eagles - the symbol of the Hapsburgs. The ...
... where we had a look around , bought some souvenirs then back to the markets where we tried some of the fruit. Back to the hotel for a sleep then back to the markets for some local sausage and pastries Happy hour at the hotel along with plenty of nibbles .Then off to ...
... this point we haven't had anything other than pork in days) She dropped us off close to downtown, where we wandered the streets with locals and tourists, as it is a holiday today. Looked for souvenirs to buy, but plain old Steph and James can't find anything that is actually worth buying. We then came home to prep for our two last countries tomorrow. And just when James has figured out the German basics, to come are two more ...
... he was a riot. We had a great time and got to taste a bunch of flavours of fun schnapps.
That evening, Krys went exploring and I followed the group to dinner and a classical music concert at the absolutely stunning Schonnbrun Palace. I'm not a huge classical music junkie, but when in Vienna...classical music is their thing! It was a great experience.
another early night thanks to my cold and off to Budapest via Bratislava this morning!
... service was, well in German. After the service the choir, or a small portion of the choir, came down to the front of the chapel and sang Ave Maria, well thats what I thought it was. If you're interested I'll post a short clip that I took from the back of the chapel over the heads of the Japanese tourists.
After that we made our way to the Augustinian Church about 200m down the road. Now Vienna is known for its classical music and opera. ...