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... it was. Apparently the Viennese knew nothing of ventilation, air conditioning or fans…..Chanel was overcome by the heat and decided to give the walking tour a miss, so phil and I had quick cold showers and joined a big group of travelers for the tour. Our guide Andrea was a lovely Austrian who was so informative and quite funny too. It was clear she loved her job and her country. She walked us all around town showing us the best coffees shops to purchase ...
... Found the brewery and had a good pub meal. I enjoyed my wild boar, hot pot. After dinner we had to walk back past where Putin was, all the helicopters and police had moved towards where we had lunch yesterday so we thought he was either dining there or staying at the intercontinental hotel opposite!! Anyway better sign off as it's very late here, nearly midnight and we need to be up at 6 for our pick up to the airport at ...
... without being seen doing their duties.
After Schonbrunn we went back into the city center to see St. Stephens Cathedral. This place was of course, immense and ornate. The inside was actually a little dark, but beautifully preserved. I have several pictures up for this one as well. I am constantly amazed by the height of these cathedrals, almost like if you sat there and looked up you could almost see to heaven itself.
We thought we would hop on the subway and ...
... As I was wondering around, seeing the sites, I made it to the palace. What I didn't know is that this weekend the palace was hosting a festival celebrating local produce. Food and drink galore! I think I tried everything that the land has to offer from fruits and vegetables being turned into everything, including jams, juices, wines and spirits; lots of cured meats and pâté's and cheeses; and even a fish spread. I treated myself ...
... Stephansplatz, it was a miracle that we eventually found our way there. I couldn't get over how beautiful it was. The architecture in Austria is truly something you have to see to believe. Once we finally reached Stephansplatz, it wasn't difficult to find St. Stephen's Cathedral, arguably Austria's most prominent national symbol. A little more shopping later - when it's that good, how can you resist? - and we continued our personal walking tour of Vienna.