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... that had grown a lot since all the pictures were taken. But when we went back the side street, it was appropriately awesome.
The next stop was an amusement park close to the old city that had a fairly famous ferris wheel, which was our destination. The ferris wheel had been in some James Bond movie, and I had seen it on the Amazing Race. Plus, it's on a lot of the souvenirs of Vienna (including the beer stein magnet I had already purchased). So we ...
... a good starter for the next day.
We woke early and got our asses into gear and got up early to make scrambled eggs. We met our tour guide at the hostel and we head onto the trains out of Vienna for our Grape Grazing tour! We spent 40 minutes on the train heading into the countryside, we made a friend Caroline on the train ride. After we got all our bikes in order we set off for our ride through the Vienna wine region in the Wachau Valley. The views were stunning and we were ...
... only wooden, older, creakier and with windows that open! Boys planned the rides they were gojng on from the top of the wheel, James determined to try a rollercoaster. Once down, James took his dad on a rollercoaster, they loved it....well James did! Evening opera was amazing, the solo violinist was playing a stradavaris, we also had ballet and waltzing.....even boys were speachless! As it had stopped raining we walked around the Rathouse and that was ...
... a bit longer and then headed back to the hostel. We went to a cheap Italian restaurant around the corner from the hostel. When we got back from dinner Lauren bumped into two guys from BC that she had met in Prague. We had a drink at the Wombar with them and made plans to go to the palace the next day, meeting at the lobby no later than 9:50 am. We wanted to head to the grocery store to get a picnic lunch before heading to the palace. Turns out ...
... and potatoes for my taste). This salad came with a pear-like fruit, dried cranberries, and white dressing. To my horror, the fruit ended up being potatoes, the cranberries were actually kidney beans, and the white dressing was just mayonnaise. I didn't touch the salad again.
The next morning we had a delightful breakfast complementary of our hotel and headed out to the Schönbrunn Palace, the former imperial 1,441-room Rococo summer ...