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... first waiter.
After dinner, Mac rode a few more rides as Josie wasn't feeling good. She hadn't been feeling 100% for a little over a day. In fact, she didn't even touch her dinner. We got on the UBahn and returned to our hotel for showers and packing.
We still don't know where we are staying tomorrow night, but it won't be in Budapest. We do have a couple of e-mails outstanding.
Tomorrow: Heading to Slovenia, hope we find a hotel.
... that witches would fly around on broomsticks wreaking havoc. So, people burnt fires on the hills and threw brooms into them in order to weaken the witches powers. Nowadays, this tradition has just turned into a celebration of the new spring season. People still burn fires, but now they roast sausages, dance, play music and have fun! Sometimes, however, this still burn straw witch figures. I celebrated this tradition with some of my friends at a park. It was full of Czech ...
To start Friday I went to see a practice session for the Spanish riding school. The queue was pretty long, but fortunately I managed to get a seat on the first level without too much trouble. When I sat down, and before the horses even came out, I was having an epic allergic reaction to the horses. My nose was running, my ears were playing funny buggers and my eyes were watering. It basically looked like I was having a very emotional response to the horses. I ...
... out it was just the Danube canal.
None of the walking helped our energy levels, so we decided to just go back to the hotel and crash. By the time we got there and I got ready to sleep, it was only 4:30 pm. And my mom said I was asleep as soon as my head hit the pillow.
So that was it for our first day. We have three more days in Vienna, before heading off to the mountains of Austria!
P.S. Daily Step Count = 9,008
Miles Walked = ...
... Nootka hated Colby and would constantly complain about him, while the rest of us couldn’t stop laughing.
There were also two pairs of Canadian girls. There were the Swedish Canadians and the good Canadians. The Swedish Canadians weren’t really Swedish at all, but told me they were when we first met. They were slutty and weren’t afraid to cause a bit of trouble. The good Canadians, Amy and Sarah, were from Toronto and a lot of fun. There ...