Hotel Graf Stadion
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... be a distance relation of the Parker's after all.
We came back to the ship for lunch before going back into the city for another few hours to spend some quality time just on our own. No nap for Pop today.
We've just come back to our cabin after having a wonderful meal ( shared with a couple from Alberta, Canada) and now it's time for bed.
Enjoy the pictures - we did.
... to be home for Christmas on time.
After another night with girls from South Korea in my room that do not go to bed before 1 only to wake up again at 5 and to make lots of noise and light I look forward to my own room and own cosy bed.
I leave with a lot of new impressions and happy moments and memories. Vienna has some great museums and lots of nice buildings.
... resembling the Latin alphabet. I guess soon enough we will find out. Sometimes misadventures lead to exciting stories...as long as they have happy endings. Post rail pass purchase we wandered the city centre stopping in at a couple of clothes and shoe shops. Ryan and I feel that our water sandals and running shoes don't help us blend in the cool European style. Ryan almost committed to shoes but at the last minute backed out. Not ...
... was huge. Who eats half a head of raw cabbage with a meal? We headed back to our hostel and relaxed for a bit, before heading out to experience the Viennese nightlife.. We had a couple of beers at a few local bars, but was quite surprised as to how dead the places were.. The local Brau ( brewery ) was somewhat busier and we had a stop in there, but ended up at a place with more atmosphere and of course this was an Irish pub. We didn't stay long as the the bloody smoke is a ...
... the inaugural Austrian Open. Then it was into town for the Amazing Race Vienna 2014. Vienna has a brilliant city cycle rental system, where once registered you can pick up a bike from one of ~20 docks around town, ride it round free for an hour(1euro for 2hours), and drop it off at any of the other docks. Both teams had a map of the bike docks. We each individually chose a dock checkpoint and a challenge to complete before finishing beneath a Mozart statue. Team NZ ...