Arion Cityhotel Vienna
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... headed for Lovarda which was our lunch stop from 1 to 3 PM. This was a horse farm with a restaurant and party area. We were the only group there today so it was great. They bake their own crispy pita bread which some of tour members did with the owner of the restaurant. Next the staff demonstrated how to make strudel then 6 people from our tour including Diane made some cherry strudel. Lunch was ...
... next to us arrived and started setting up what appeared to be a 'kids club'. Slack line, juggling equipment, and many other park and circus activities. We watched for a while and it only appeared to be adults around. I resisted the temptation to join in. The next day and we were all set to leave Vienna. We left our bags in the hostel and headed out for a while to look round shops selling clothes we could once afford! As the rain continued to pour, we headed to ...
... wheel, but I was able to capture some cool photos of the "Wiener Riesenrad" (the famous wheel) so I was content with that. Then we ate ice cream and decided to make our way home. The next day we decided to go check out the palaces in Wien. We walked towards Hofburg Palace, but got distracted by beer, this happens quite frequently. Dan made a comment yesterday that he has way more ...
... many nuances that one can only learn from living in the country you want to learn the language of. Regardless I will continue to learn German back home, and hopefully some day become fluent :P
YES, yes, ja, si, oui. If theres been one thing that I've excelled and even surprised myself was with how much I travelled since my last goal update. Before leaving for the semester, I didnt think I'd have the money or really the desire to ...
... shops and check out yet another market. This one wasn’t too commercial, and not too busy, but people were beginning to pour in as it began to get darker - it was about 3.30pm.
I eventually made my way back to central Vienna for the Advent Concert. I was hoping to see some distinctively Viennese performances, but arrived in time to hear a choir from Brisbane of all places, Viva Australia, singing Aussie Christmas carols. ...