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... dangling free below me. I did not really look down! But the views were incredible, while we flew around the tower in the swings.
After that, we all needed a beer. And coincidentally there was a beer garden right next to the Prater Turm called Schweizerhaus. They actually had a Grieskirchner dunkle (dark beer). It was the first dunkle (doon-cul) I'd seen anywhere and they're my favorite, so I was excited. Unfortunately it was way too sweet and I didn't enjoy it that much. ...
In Europe its ok to drink in public if its from a plastic container and our guide had brought cups for the group so we all opened our wines and got train drunk on the 40 minute ride home. When we got in we stayed at the hostel for some drinks before heading home. We heated up some Risotto but were still full from our lunch.
It had been a long day and we had ridden 25km but it was a fantastic way to end our tour of the city of Vienna
Until later days bye ...
... meal, Tim had some of the best ribs yet. Surprisingly, Vienna serves some darn good ribs and can also make some of the best fried chicken I've ever had. (They get a lot of practice since schnitzel is basically breaded and fried meat.) The local wine was 1.80 euros per glass, and quite good, whoo hoo!
Temperatures are projected to drop back down to the low to mid seventies by the weekend, we'll be back in a more comfortable zone, which is closer to the norm.
... and I dont even like White wine all that much!) I got to also finally meet some other American exchange students! (Our campus is huge and theres literally hundreds of exchange students so its very easy to kinda get lost in the crowd) It was really good to meet other kids and eat a bunch of Austrian 'tapas' and try to figure out which wine was which.
After the wine, all the EBN coordinators were apparently going to Locos night club, but all ...
... a high domed ceiling and beautiful Gothic organ, which was playing while I was inside the building; the oldest church in Vienna, Ruprechtskirche; along the Danube canal, admiring the graffiti either side; past Freud’s house; past the Votive cathedral and Rathaus again; past the Volksgarden to Imperial Palace, home of the famed Lippizaner horses; the square in front of said palace, which contains the excavated ruins of 17th century and even Roman building ...