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- Pets allowed
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... old buildings Vienna wasn't on my list to come and visit again, didn't leave an impression on me at all.
Tonight we stayed docked in Vienna and after another scrumptious dinner we settled in the lounge for a drink and music by Gabor :)
The Spanish Riding School in Vienna is the only institution in the world which has practiced for over 440 years and continues to cultivate classical equitation in the Renaissance tradition of ...
... Parliament, Vienna Opera House, the Stadpart Gardens and ..... Also fascinating and in complete contrast is the new area of the city around the UN buildings, which has emerged from the rubble of WW2. It stands in complete contrast to the rest of downtown Vienna. We walk back to the apartment via the local supermarket, and have the evening in front of TV and with internet access. It is one of the few times on the trip that we have had access to English channels and the internet as ...
... short walking tour of the city centre with the historic St. Stephens Cathedral - another city centre designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has been voted the world's most liveable city and I think I can understand why (although also one of the most expensive cities). After the tour, Laurie and I elected to stay in the city and wander around by ourselves. We stopped for some apple strudel and custard ...
With all the World Cup excitement, I haven't been reporting to you on all the happenings in my little world over the last few days. Pretty interesting, so here goes.
I arrived at the Leo's at lunch time on the 12th after driving from Switzerland. Max had made these amazing rolled up beef things that tasted wonderful and the table groaned with ...
... to the hostel before heading out for our last dinner of our Switzerland and Austrian adventure. Again we headed to a typical Austrian pub where Meghann was able to try Schnitzel.
Although cloudy and slightly chilly, we started our last morning in Vienna with good weather, as in no rain. First stop was the ferris wheel in Pratar. And a roller coaster ride where at points it felt like we were going to go straight off the edge, nothing like a bit of fear ...