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Travel Blogs from Vienna
... was lucky since it let me look up how to get to the next destination via google maps instead of using the paper map.
Vienna is full of awesome shops, bakeries, cafes, monuments, and museums. I think it would have been a great place to have done an exchange here for a semester when I was in uni. There are lots of bike paths throughout the main parts of the city too!
-- Ryan L.
... in waiting for 2 hours until the next English tour, so we moved on to our next stop - Schonbrunn Palace. Just missing out on the strudel making class, we settled for the self guided audio tour of a few of the almost 1500 rooms (even though near the end it felt like we had gone through all 1, 441 rooms). Overall it was a beautiful Palace and worth the visit. Although it was mid-January and nothing was in bloom, we did a quick walk through the gardens. ...
... brain freeze type headache from the cold crisp air.
Seen enough today so i head back home to rest my feet. According to google i walked 10ks today.
14th, 15th, 16th
Just spent the last few days wandering the streets of Vienna. I have covered north, south, east and west with a radius of 5 kilometres or more from my accommodation.
Off to Budapest tomorrow by train.
Welcome, follower. First an apology. Regular readers will note that this update is out of order. That is because we fall behind and then try and keep you appraised of where we are currently. Currently, or at least as I write, we are in Rome (or Roma, as the Italians seem to misspell it). But we are not concerned, in this entry, with Rome, but rather the mystery of how, or if, we left Prague. The astute amongst you will have worked out, from the title of the entry, that we took a train ...
... it gave birth to a bloke called Mozart. And another called Hitler.
Europe has been on the receiving end of a fairly relentless heatwave recently. Day after day of baking sun. And it was still baking when I stepped off the bus at Sudtirolerplatz (yeah, you have fun pronouncing that, won't you?) after barely an hour's journey from Bratislava. The main train station is still very much under construction, a trend I noticed throughout the city over the three days I ...