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Travel Blogs from Vienna
... get him to turn his attention to her. He was soon back on Amy, and told me that the other girl was ‘no go’. I’m not sure what ever gave him the impression that Amy was a go, but I had to find him another girl. I found another one standing in the corner, this time alone. Arnold went over and started talking to her and to everyone’s bemusement he was hooking up with her after about 5 minutes. At least everyone was happy.
The next night ...
... 11 children at a family gathering. The children all seem to be between 8 and 10 and all look alike!
Being a bit over bus tours we skipped the tour of the city and remained in the gardens to see the zoo. It was much larger than expected, and the animals were active and seemed comfortable. Two pandas actively stripping bamboo and eating, jaguars walking and climbing, two polar bears moving in and out of their five pools. Delightful.
... in Europe).
The ferries wheel which is at the entrance itself is 65ft (200m) high
has been functional and survived the world war. The derries wheel is a
big wodden box and can accommodate easily 10 people with standing place
all around. Very different from all that we have seen before. Its
expensive at 9 EUR per head. There is a long queue for that. After that
took back U1 to Stephansplatz for early dinner at Cafe De'L Europe at
... idea where to go. Upon our return to Vienna we decided to salvage our day by hiking down (about 5 Kms) to Beveridge castle. In which, in the ultimate betrayal of day planning trust , Laura broke the fragile trust Tom had in her as we soon found ourselves doing a significantly large "blockie" and from that point on, all map privileges were confiscated. After recovering from the hour detour we struggled into the palace grounds to greet our starving bellies with ...
... was the Austrian Independence Day. The balcony where Hitler once stood in 1938 addressing the Viennese to announce the annexation of Austria into Nazi Germany is now by contrast overlooking a family fair. The Austrian army has provided much of the entertainment designed for the children and families, with rock climbing and abseiling walls, a flying fox, races and games and a tank for the kids to climb on. Thanks to face painters and army medics children exit the first aid ...
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