Travel Blogs from Vienna
... and muesli and some supplies to make a big salad for my lunch. Arriving back I learnt Chanel and Chris were out sightseeing so Phil and I went for a gander in the Naschmarkets across the road from the hostel. There were fruit and veg stands, spices, dried fruits, kebab and falafel stands, cheese, dips, and so much antipasto!!! It was amazing!!! We arrived at a coffeeshop that our walking guide had recommended to us the day we arrived in Vienna. We sat in the ...
... br> And night falls and we still roam the streets
Guided by a trusty IPhone offline map app,
(I have become Mrs Map)
Never feeling like we were lost
My goodness what efficiency in the train service!
So easy to follow
To arrive back at the hotel at about 2300
And my heart echoed the souvenirs
I love Vienna!
... and parrots. We found ourselves on a treetop walk and came across a squirrel munching on a nut....and when he dropped his nut he came to sit on our knees, and run up our legs to see if were hiding nuts! I was preparing for a selfie with the squirrel but he didn't make it to my shoulder, maybe next time? On our way out we went to say bye to our panda friends, but after giving himself a huge food baby he'd nodded off into a food coma. So far Pete's birthday was ...
... I got this amazing piece of chocolate cake that was incredibly decedent. To go with it, I got an amazing coffee drink that had espresso on the bottom followed by two scoops of vanilla ice cream and a ton of whipped cream. Needless to say it was a lot and I felt a little sick from how rich everything was, but it was totally worth it.
After our little treat we went to explore the stores in the Innere Stadt. The Innere Stadt is ...
... we send in paperwork and our new passports will arrive with no additional money or time.
With passports in hand ( well, actually around Mom's neck) we returned to the hotel and transferred to our regular room for our 2nd night. This room was smaller but opened up onto St. Michael's Square. This place was action-packed all day and night.
We decided to take the HoHo ...