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... stomach, the other ride was a giant ride that swung you around and upside down. This second ride was one of the scariest but most fun rides I have ever been on. We then headed back to the hotel for an early night.
The next day, ISA took us to the Vienna State Opera for a behind the scenes tour. We got to see backstage as well as some of the other rooms in the building. We also learned all about some of the famous operas and ballets that are performed there and about some of ...
... Only problem. No one seemed to be able to tell us anything about it. What the H? After waiting by the tower, watching 7:00 p.m. mass let out and not finding anyone who could help us, we gave up. We decided instead to walk down the street to what had become our favourite restaurant: Restaurant Beim Hofmeister, for a glass of Gosser beer and that fabulous pumpkin soup. We wandered back to our hotel around 8 and called it a night. Ten miles will do that to you!
... a mini version of the splits and looks up at me, my chest feels heavy when she does. I can't remember when she started it but she told me it is her Norwegian pick up line. I do the splits back, following the protocol, she slides her leg in between mine, this signifies she's very keen. Have you ever wanted to pick someone up and crush their bones for being so off the charts cute that it hurts you? Well my inner neanderthal was fighting a good fight at this ...
... to eat an energy bar or get a local drink (soft). As we were not late at all, we stopped 13km from the capital to get a well deserved swim in the Danube, on one of its "beaches". The water was acceptable and we played with a big plastic toy the aquatic park put there. Fun fun. We took it easy for the last kms, and arrived at ...
... in Austria and could relate to our seeing the differences.
For the evening we had our long booked evening at the Staatsoper. It is, of course a grand house although a little more subdued than we had expected. Not as flamboyant as other opera houses, eg Garnier in Paris. We had mortgaged the farm and bought tickets in the front row of a box on the first level so we had an excellent view. The opera was La Cenerentola. I ...