I don’t know if you know this about my husband, but he’s a travelling extraordinaire! He’ll visit a country he’s never been to and know exactly where we are, exactly where we need to go and how to get between A and B. He has an uncanny sense of direction. At first the idea of train rides was terrifying (getting lost, getting on wrong train etc), but now I feel confident in my train-hopping abilities with him by my side.
Anyway, we took a 4-hour train from Nuremberg to Vienna and arrived on a gorgeous, sunny day. We checked in to our hotel, dropped off our luggage and went on a search for coffee.
Back home one of our favorite coffee houses is heavily influenced by Austria. Their menu has traditional coffee drinks and also has that European feel. The last time we got coffee we noticed this advertisement about Café Lindtmanns in Vienna and we were determined to visit!
Café Lindtmanns was really elegant and the wait staff was wearing suits and nice attire. We decided to just stick with coffee and dessert, apple strudel naturally. Afterward, we took a stroll through the large Christmas market. We had then been to markets in Munich, Nuremberg and Austria and they all had the same vendors and goods, so we didn’t spend too much time exploring the market, however, we got another glass of Gluhwein and a tasty tomato soup bread bowl. This was my first time to Vienna and I am forever smitten with this city.