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We left Vienna in thick fog this morning. A good thing we were going by train as I suspect the airport might have been closed. We left from the new Vienna train station Hauptbahnhof - it was only opened in October and very nice it is too. Also quite busy. Trains were leaving from our track every 5 minutes or so, so we were careful to get in the right train. The fog stayed with us nearly all the way to Prague, a journey of 4 hours. ...
... proof that Alaskans really don't have an accent). He told us the three things we have to do before leaving Vienna: 1) eat Apfelstrudel 2) eat Sachertorte and 3) listen to classical music in the classical music capital. So guess what we're doing tomorrow night! Was it maybe a little bit of a tourist trap? Yes. But we get to listen to classical music, ft. Mozart and Strauss, complete with singers and ballet dancers, in a hall where Mozart once preformed, for an extremely good price, ...
... from here were far more faded than some other places, like London for instance. Some memories in particular were still quite vivid, and I so enjoyed revisiting these and introducing them to Mikey. Others though were not as strong, and it was quite strange as we walked around the city, and SO much came flooding back with a vengeance! All of a sudden we would be somewhere, and I remembered so clearly being in that place with mum, Em and J that until being back, I would ...
... stick I have a big umbrella in the colours of the German flag. It allows me to get around much more then without it! I have just come of a hop on hop of bus tour, the classical musical history of Vienna is phenomenal Beethoven, Mozart, Strauss and many many more. Along with beautiful historical buildings of which many have been rebuilt after bombing in WW2, the city has an amazing 50% of glorious and immaculately presented parks. Vienna seems ...
... tourist trap, it was high time for something to eat! Beaver took slug to another of her favourite cafés, Cafe Central, but we took one look at the queue and decided better of it. Instead of coffee and cake we would have lunch. So taking the scenic route through the Freyung a lovely square and conveniently past the fire station yet again, we ended up at a tiny old traditional restaurant called Brezl Gwölb. Slug tried to ...