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... lots of sports, dieting and beauty sessions for her skin.
When going through the rooms I thought that I am very happy that I did not have to live there. The rooms really felt like a beautiful cage.
Afterwards I saw some further sights in Vienna before I went to the theatre Ronacher, to watch Mary Poppins. It was a beautiful musical, with great actors and absolutely fantastic special effects and a great stage setting.
... and C, are sick of castles. We caught another train back into Central Vienna, where we stumbled into an amusement park where the giant fairest wheel was located. This was much older and smaller than the London eye, but was still a great view of Vienna. We were able to get our bearings a bit as were where keen to find our way to the river in the hope of catching a river cruise. We walked a way to reach the river only to find that there ...
... out it was just the Danube canal.
None of the walking helped our energy levels, so we decided to just go back to the hotel and crash. By the time we got there and I got ready to sleep, it was only 4:30 pm. And my mom said I was asleep as soon as my head hit the pillow.
So that was it for our first day. We have three more days in Vienna, before heading off to the mountains of Austria!
P.S. Daily Step Count = 9,008
Miles Walked = ...
... best group of riders he had ever had….win! By the time we got back it was nearly 7:30pm….talk about a big day!!!! Chanel, Chris and I braved a stinking hot kitchen and cooked up a chicken curry with veg and rice before hitting the hay. Coffee and Cake- Tuesday 22nd July Being our last day in Vienna before we were due to move on to Grünau, I enjoyed an epic sleep in before heading out for the day. Doing a bit of food shopping I grabbed some ...
... them in Hungarian ('thank you' is 'köszönöm', phonetically KOO-soo-noom, by the way). And the food is available on the street, cheap, and amazing (Hungarians make their own version of trdlo!).
We started our day off very early by catching our tour bus from Vienna to Budapest. Once in Budapest, we drove around and saw the sites while our guide explained what we were looking at. We stopped at Hero's Square, the most important square ...