Adagio Vienna City
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... we embarked on a mission to try and lose ourselves in the streets of Venice.
It didn’t take us long to see Venice’s version of its leaning tower. With the whole city slowly sinking it is a wonder how long this one will last.
... to the explore those gardens which were also immaculate but this time slopped down and eventually exposed a fountain that basically jumped out of the slope. At the other end of the Palace gardens was a public park full of grass that could be enjoyed by the public, trees and flowerbeds with a range of flowers starting to flower, smaller fountains, shops and people. This park had such a different atmosphere to the Palace garden it was hard to realize that they were ...
... I had missed it.
The train ride was fine; too dark to see out. I arrived in Vienna and proceeded to the taxi rank to get to my hostel. I had booked a small boutique hostel that was highly recommended in my Lonely Planet guide and in my reservation I had told them I'd be arriving late, 2300ish. I told the taxi driver the street name and he pointed out at the main square in front of us and said, "Oh that street is 200m away." Oh, but I reaaallly wanted ...
... map and led us to a cafe recommended by travellers. We both got Vienna Coffees (when in Rome!), and Elle got fruit and yoghurt and I had a weird sweet dumpling thing with custard and jam hidden inside. Delicious, but a bit intense for brekkie. Fed and watered, we then headed into the city centre. It was a windy, cold day. We saw the fancy parliament building, the museum quarter and then found ourselves in the heart of the city. We found St Stephens ...
... were given bus passes, so my wallet is thanking me profusely. After Carolin, our TA, and Prof. Daub gave us the basics of the program, we headed off downtown once more for dinner, which was a lovely way to get to know each other.
Now, back in my room, I'm going to do the readings for tomorrow's first lecture and then get a lovely night of sleep. I didn't take pictures today out of pure laziness, so hopefully that'll change starting tomorrow.