Urban Resort Hotel
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... ingredients available in the U.S. And frankly, I don't see the need to bake Austrian cookies because it's easier and better to just buy them already made.
So my baking adventure started with a trip to the Commissary where I saw the Vanilla wafers and remembered that I needed them to make rum balls. Rum, chocolate, nuts, I thought, no problem. But the binding agent for the balls is corn syrup, which must be illegal to sell in Austria because I ...
... when I left, and he explained the place I really wanted to go was way on the other side of the Hofburg palace. I knew I didn't have time to do the armor museum and go all the way to the actual library. And I'd seen an amazing armor museum in Paris, so I just went to the real library. And it was pretty incredible. Except for trying to get pictures without people in them.
- Augustinian Church: this was right next to the library and took a quick peak inside. ...
... felt like they had improved significantly in the last few hours. When we pulled up on the other side we saw the big concrete nose on the other side assaulting all those in the area.
Why is that there you ask??? Well to be honest no one nose why!
Sadly there wasn’t time for us to pose as boogers and we head started our ride back heading through more vineyard and more than a few apple trees were around. We stopped and stole an apple each and head back to the ...
I had to laugh when I saw the 'Austria, No Kangaroos Here!' t-shirts. No kangaroos, indeed, but Austria sure has plenty to offer.
After taking yet another perfect, problem free train ride, I rolled into Vienna, Austria's capital, and made my way on foot to my hotel. It was a long walk that involved much map referencing and I passed a place called 'The Traveler’s Shack’ that was clearly geared towards backpackers. Making a mental note to return there ...
... streets to St Stephens Cathedral which was very impressive with its tiled roof. We lit a candle there for Dad too. We finished the first day in Vienna with a ride on the ringstrasse tram which goes past many of the famous buildings of Vienna including the opera house. For anyone who has read The Hare with Amber Eyes we also saw old Ephrussi Mansion which is on the ringstrasse and could make out the E from the family name in the wrought iron balconies. Our second day we headed out ...