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... There are fixed markets, like the famous Naschmarkt or the one closest to me, Brunnengasse, (sometimes called the "Turkish Market" because of all the Turkish stores and vendors nearby). They sell produce, meats, cheeses, sausages, coffee, spices, etc. On Saturdays at the Naschmarkt, one end becomes a huge flea market where one can buy nearly anything, some of it of very questionable quality or taste. The market at Brunnengasse has many permanent ...
... getting sprayed.
Then we went for a walk down MariahilferStrasse and walked along looking at some shops, ate an ice cream very quickly because it was melting in the heat. Then we went into a huge toys shop and looked around and bought some Lego friends, that hasn’t been released in Australia yet.
Then we got a taxi back to our hotel after a big day out in Vienna. Next ...
... It was a great adventure though.
At the top of the first "hill" or mountain, there is a clearing with dozens of trees planted in a circle. Each one corresponds with a few days of the year, and represents the people born on those days. Every tree is different, and a sign in front of each tree describes characteristics of the tree and the individuals it represents. The mounting blocks for the sign apparently each have a different chime, ...
... I'm glad we saw it. After that, we decided we needed to have coffee at a famous coffee shop in Vienna. Coffee is definitely a thing there. I ordered a vanilla ball with cold coffee. It came out like an exotic drink and it was really good! By this time we were all exhausted from no sleep and walking around all day. So we headed back to the hostel to rest up and call it a night. We woke up at around 9pm from ...
Cynthia and I then went to see the sites! I found this really cool company/idea, called Use it maps, and all of the maps are made by locals for young tourists! So most of the major sites are included on the maps along with local places and general tips. The layout is intuitive and fun! They had one for Vienna that was very well done and included a "Too Much History" walk, which was a fun way to tour a lot of the sites in one go. We started with this and saw Hofburg ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking