Hotel Wiener Kindl
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- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... but they were possibly quite confused. We were going to see an Opera tonight, but we were just too exhausted. Instead we bought some wine from the market next door and had a girls night in. Tomorrow is the natural history museum, the giant Ferris wheel, climbing the cathedral, and getting wiener Schnitzel for dinner. Even thou it's only 10pm here, I'm already ready for bed. That's what walking all day does to you. At least my legs and butt will be super toned by the time I get ...
In the morning we took a subway to the center of Vienna. We arrived at this large church We had also got some tickets for this Mozart concert. We tried to find the Venue for the consent. We got lost because the roads were not straight it was had to find our way back because the building looked ...
... actually long) while Peter went in search of Euros and then we got on the sightseeing hop on hop off bus for a quick circuit. Perhaps we were spoilt with the fantastic commentary on the bus in Belfast, but this one was a bit disappointing and lacking real information, but it got us around the town without too much effort. I decided not to photograph any more beautiful buildings - they all are! It is better just to relax and enjoy the feast for the ...
It's been a little while since my last blog entry, and five days have passed since I left Vienna, but I'll still try to catch up with this by first posting about Austria, then follow up with Hungary, and we should be on the same page again. Maddy and I only spent two nights in Vienna, staying in a b&b hosted by a friendly girl who also loved to travel. We had nice chats about our travelling experiences, and she mentioned how she is planning to travel to Spain, ...
... in pastries). The cake was just okay.
- Sisi Museum (part of Hofburg Palace): learned the story of the famous Empress Sisi, married to Franz Josef I. During her life she was not well liked by the public, because she didn't like royal life and spent much time away from the palace. But then she was assasinated and became a beloved legendary figure. She became known for her great beauty (5' 8", 99 pounds, 20 inch waste), and ...