Steigenberger Hotel Herrenhof Wien
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Three more markets visited today! Despite the freezing cold am absolutely loving it here. It really is like walking around in a postcard. Cobblestone streets, graceful buildings, people in big coats and funny hats with pom poms or ears, and fairy lights everywhere!! started the day with a bit of a sleep in, well …
... they invited me out with them. Two girls from Canada (Cortney and Madeline), one English girl (Kat) and I ended up at this very beautiful amusement park! The rides looked so thrilling, I would have gone on all of them if I had the time. We each had a beer at the beer garden located inside the amusement park and had wonderful conversations full of laughter. My night ended later than I expected but it was definitely worth ...
... Schönbrunn and it made a pleasant change to be walking in the beautiful grounds until heavy rain forced us to seek shelter. The Hofburg was also impressive and was the start of a walk that took in the Austrian Parliament building and the Rathaus. We didn’t visit the insides of any of the palaces, neither of us having a particular interest in Maria-Therese’s dining chairs, bidets or other household furniture and fittings.
Vienna has a number ...
... to study in a foreign language. Due to scoring pretty high, I managed to survive the first year without much difficulties (well, everybody knows the human brain works on a selective basis, keeping just the nice memories).
The greater the shock I experienced when I got to Vienna, Austria and barely understood a single word. The local Viennese accent is incomparable to the Hoch Deutsch (formal way of speaking) students are thought at ...
... headed out again, the rain had eased. We made our way through the city, seeing all of the main sights, including St Stephan's cathedral, the Hoffburg palace (home to the famous Austrian rulers, the Hapsburgs) and museum quarter. The city is full of grand buildings and churches etc.. so there is a photo opportunity at every street corner. After our big walk, we headed back via the supermarket to pick up some salad for dinner. After a ...