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We were only in Vienna for a short time. There for one night so we only had the afternoon and the night. It was a nice city to look around and I felt that there was still so much more to do. For the part I was there I saw a castle with a garden and had a crepe. Then then shopping and almost had a heart attack thinking the bus was about to leave ...
... weren't smooth. Rough bumpy roads apparently made form concede which shifts with the extremes of cold in the winter. On across the border while we are given a history lesson. And a social history lesson about life when under the communist regime On our arrival to Vienna we were dropped near the ring round with a map and four hours to full. It was nearly tropical being a warm 9c. It was so nice to explore a different part of Vienna and then to find the ...
... James don't do that to Peter, get off your dad, James he is not a climbing frame, James are you dressed? Give Peter his socks back, put that down, get out of the case i got your clothes out already, james turn off the tv, I know its not fair but we need to go and get breakfast before they stop serving, we can't go anywhere else we have already paid for it, yes there is lots you like, yes we will be walking today, yes there will be fun things to do, ...
... Prater Park, near our hotel. Three hours later (1pm) we were exhausted, its hard work chasing a guy in a white shirt around Vienna. PM - We were starving and thirsty so headed back to a good place Horst pointed out to us, the Kaffee Alt Wein (coffee & old wine) cafe. Had a Wiener schnitzel & salad between us with a large beer (non - ...
... see all the main sites, and learn about it's history at the same time. We did a lap around the city centre and hopped off out the front of the State Opera House. I really wanted to go see a performance so Matt went in and sussed it out. He found out that we could get tickets for 3€ if we were prepared to line up for a ticket and stand up during the show. For that price we were more than happy to go with it! and decided to come back later in the evening to line up. Next ...