Arnes Hotel Vienna
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... upper balcony on each side and a few rows at each end. Hall was beautifully decorated and musicians all dressed in period costume. Train home. A long but good day. Thursday 9th October Off to Salzburg today so got local train to main station then the intercity to Salzburg. I think Vienna has the best train system so far. Local trains are so easy to use and easy to change lines with clear directions at all stations, and cheap at only €1.10 each trip for us ...
... ordered half-liters. These are the sandwiches I had:
- Thunfisch mit Ei (tuna fish with egg)
- Ei mit Ei (egg with egg)
- Champignon (mushroom with egg)
- Krabben mit Ei (crab with egg)
- The Graben: beautiful street with a Plague Column and many eateries (including the nearby Trzesniewski Buffet)
- Peterskirche: church along the Graben. We arrived ...
... learned how to ride a bike without training wheels, he also happens to have quite a few years of mountain biking experience. So he rides like fricken Lance Armstrong and when he finally stops for me to catch up, I am wiping the sweat off of my face… oh well, gotta work off those beers some how! We stopped at a World War Two memorial site and listened to a sweet old man ...
... around the city, showing off some of my favorite things, sharing our favorite restaurants and offering suggestions for museums. I accompanied them to the Belvedere Palace, where Klimt's "The Kiss" is displayed, and enjoyed touring it with another person who had spent some time in Art History classes. I also went with them to the Schonbrunn Palace because I enjoy walking around the grounds. While they toured the Palace, I used a ticket I ...
... find the maze. The palace originally had a maze which has been recently restored and I have always wanted to go in a real maze (the Toronto island one doesn't count). Sadly, the Schonbrunn one is smaller and less interesting than I had imagined it would be, but I did get to the centre and took a few pictures from the observation deck.
We went off for a terrific lunch near our flat then went walking through the ...