Stadtnest Bed & Breakfast and Apartment
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Travel day, running a bit late which had me very nervous. But we made it to the train station in plenty of time to catch our train to Vienna. This train is much nicer than the one from Berlin and we had window seats (leather and they reclined). Spent the time on the train catching up on posts for the blog, resting, and enjoying the scenery. We arrived in Vienna and for the first time on this trip saw Syrian ...
Thu July 23 - Tara's Birthday. Celebrated with our 7th bike tour of the trip around the city of Vienna. Our tour guide's comment: "the Danube is not blue and never was blue." But Johann Strauss named his waltz 'The Blue Danube' because 'The Green Danube' doesn't inspire grand visions (see pic of Sean in front of Strauss Statue). After the tour, we stumbled onto the Mission Impossible ...
Vienna kicked off the European whirlwind extravaganza. I traveled with my two close friends, Dana and Ellie, and partly with our friend Mike (he went to the same places as us for part of it but did his own thing for parts), and we flew to Vienna Monday afternoon.
For the evening, we explored the more touristy parts of Vienna, winding our way through Schwedenplatz, trying various pastries and finding out that iced coffee is not ...
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We had time to walk around old-town Vienna before dinner at Walter Bauer restaurant, a 1 Michelin star. Vienna is really beautiful at night with its statues and historic buildings lit up. It was Halloween as well. We noticed some adults and teenagers were dressed up but not many children. The idea of Halloween as well as Valentines day have been imported here but it was clear it has not really taken off like at ...
... 3 months in the States, mobbed by their self absorbed history, it was refreshing to see somewhere with some real history. Kicking back with Julius Caesar, the guy who the month of July was named after is what we’re talking about. Plus a pretty kick **** salad. Beat that USA.
We headed down to the Colosseum to get ...