Austria-Vienna (Final Part)


On my last day in Vienna aka Wien, I went to the famous Schloss Schönbrunn and it is the ultimate palace experience in Vienna. It is comparable in grandeur to Versailles and is definitely a must-see in Vienna. Its gardens and zoo (the oldest in the world, built for Maria Theresa’s husband in 1752) alone are worth a lengthy visit. 

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The entrance of Schloss Schönbrunn
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Stepping into the Schloss Schönbrunn
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Myself with Schloss Schönbrunn
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Map of Schloss Schönbrunn
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Based on the map itself, you can see that Schloss Schönbrunn is indeed very big. I didn't really enter Schloss Schönbrunn as the main attractions are beyond the buildings and I was unfortunate not to have enough time to indulge in this wonderful place.

FYI: The pictures above are only within the white square where the red dot is.

Afterwhich, I went to nachmarkt to have my last meal there before leaving for Prague.

I landed on a chinese restuarant cause I was in need of some Asian food.

The food I ordered.
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After having a satisfying meal, when to a nearby store grab some instant noodles so I can munch on the train *running low on cash* and off I went to the train station towards my next destination. PRAGUE!!!!

1 comments:

Sly Nolan | August 12, 2010 6:43 AM

what a great weather~

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