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... they are so big.
We went to a theme park called Prater.
But all of it was closed.
Out the front of the park was a big park with like 20 playgrounds.
We probably went to 10 of them.
We went to a palace called Schonbrunn Palace.
IT WAS MASSIVE!
Their backyard was massive as well.
There was a big hill ...
... markets had a different feel to the ones so far - bigger and with more tourists, but still with lots of things to look at and plenty of gluwhein. We had planned to do the circular tram route as well as walking the sights, but by the time we actually boarded a tram it was already dark and we couldn't see much through the windows, including the route, so ended up somewhere else entirely, but it was all so easy to just hop on one going back, ...
... that live in the water. They eat algae, and they are eaten by fish. That's why we studied them - to monitor the food supply of the fish in Lake Erie. I was highly surprised that the museum had gigantic replicas of two species I recognized (Leptodora and Daphnia). I don't think I will ever forget how to identify those things. I was even more surprised when they actually had a microscope to see live samples. It was the first time in over 11 years that I had looked at ...
... stopped it. The solution they devised? Get enough tourists to hold it up while getting a picture taken and she’ll be all good.
Just doing our part for the conservation of history.
Pisa was a bit of fun. We headed back to Florence for ...
May 18th. DURNSTEIN We moored by this little village and walked firstly with a guide up the hill and then made our own way back to the ship. Such a pretty village with of course many shops, the local product is apricots in the form of jam, chutney, mustard and of course liqueur. We took many photos, bought a couple of small items and then made the leisurely walk back to the ship MELK We were soon under way and ...