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Today is it- the final day. My feet are SO ready for me to sit for 10 hours! It's been a lot of walking, but it has been worth it. What a trip. Today I woke up in Vienna! Jeanne and I took the train to Stephanplatz and walked down to the Hofburg Palace. We wandered around, marveling at the opulence of our surroundings. Then it was time to visit the …
... walked past the St. Peter and Paul Cathedral which can be seen all the way from the old town.
After a quick stop to check out a game store which was sadly closed (more on this tomorrow) we made our way along the waterfront towards the Charles Bridge. The bridge was packed full of painters/sketch artists, buskers, souvenir/kitch sellers, and of course, tourists. There were so many beautiful pictures and photos of the bridge (when it's empty) for sale ...
... with dry throats and delirium setting in, we finally staggered onto the last leg. SS Matilda, here we come! But alas, when we finally crossed the gangplank, the only tables left were in the sun. We are pretty close to a dummy spit now (not sure who would blow first, Jo me) but Jo remembered a cafe on the track down that sold beer and ice cream (and other stuff too). The perfect combination. We hightailed it back (every thing is close here) and ...
... redevelopment and other open space planning efforts, and other incredible planning projects they've undertaken in the last 18-months since the organization was established. Also visited the planning exhibition all about the Metropolitan Plan on display at the Old Town ...
... size of Fiji and proceeded to drink some more quality Czech beer.
Mandy, meantime, dodged the worst of the rain before heading out exploring, crossing bridges and down the smallest alleyway in Europe (seems every town likes to claim this particular prize). Of course she had to squeeze down this passageway only to be shouted at by the angry maîtré d polishing glasses at the empty restaurant at the bottom. The incredible views of the ...