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Pretty uneventful travel day which I've realized is a good thing. Both because we get to rest, and that any events would most likely be something going wrong! We did get to have breakfast with our friends we met in Berlin before parting ways for good sadly. Again breakfast came to a total for the two of us of $10 which allowed us to use up the last of our Czech cash. Again another cloudless day with sweltering heat but by now we knew to keep to the shade as much as possible as the ...
Fun times in Vienna, Austria. Well, sorta. We didn't really do much in Vienna. But it was still super beautiful. Our first evening we went to Prater Park after our Austrian dinner which consisted of traditional schnitzel. It was meh. Nothing to write home about. Prater park is the oldest theme park in Europe or some thing like that. It was fun. It's free entry but you just pay per ride. We went on the Ghost Train which scared the **** out of me and I watched the girls go on other ...
This palace is one of the 'musts' for tourists visiting Vienna, so we knew there would be lots of people about. Our strategy was to purchase tickets for the first admittance of the day, and then arrive earlier than that. So, we were supposed to enter between 9 and 9:30, but we got in at 8:45. We had the audio tour guide, and there were few people around so we were able to relax and enjoy our tour of ...
... quintessential European city, historically rich, and with all the modern glitz and glam.
A few hours in the first District is not enough to even scratch the surface of Vienna's offering, but we still managed to visit St. Stephen Cathedral and St. Michael's Church. We also browsed many the many shops, and stopped to soak in the electrifying atmosphere of Vienna while sitting on a patio and ...
... it with random checks: if you don't have the proper pass, they haul you off to the nearest ATM and make you pay a 150 Euro fine on the spot. Both of us have been checked once, and passed. One benefit of this system is that there is almost never any line to get a ticket and they don't have to pay attendants. Most of the stations have only one ticket dispensing machine, and I've never noticed a broken one.
Some other things that ...