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So we had really only one day in Vienna. We arrived at 5pm Monday night (keep in mind it gets dark at 4pm). But our hostel was right across the road from the naschmarkt (a food market) so we went and explored to find some dinner and managed to find a place to eat a Weiner schnitzel!!! But they don't know what gravy is so it wasn't that thrilling! On our free full day we decided just to do a hop on hop off bus as we ...
... to go ride it if we had time.
Unfortunately there wasn't a direct way to get the Prater (praw-ter) from where we were. And we weren't even sure exactly where the ferris wheel was on our maps. So we just took the tram a little way and then walked. It ended up being a bit of a walk, but I didn't mind because it meant more steps on my fitbit!
The ferris wheel (called the Wiener Riesenrad) was very cool. It had large red box cars with a bench in the middle, but ...
... 4 different wines and a homemade walnut schnapps which packed a punch and tasted fantastic. The rain had washed over us as we had eaten and we went to the next winery in the town over and sat on one of the terraced wineries looking out over the river. We sampled 4 different wines there too and bought ourselves a white and a red to take home with us.
We had to take our bikes across the river on a ferry to start our venture home. Most of us feeling quite tipsy by now and our ...
... family in Sweden, and one of the best bar maids I’ve ever seen work a tavern full of young single males, of which their were many. Apart from being very easy on the eye, she smiled broadly and at length to all the stupid jokes directed her way by a tipsy Brazilian youth, and kept everyone’s beers topped up without even asking if they were interested in another. If there was any thought of protest by the punter, she would simply smile as though to suggest that ...
... place but lots of rich mahogany and velvet everywhere, so would have been pretty cool in it's heyday. The waiters all wear tuxedos as a hold-over from classier times, so definitely something that had to be done. We got a very nice coffee and, more importantly, warmed up for a while before plunging back outside.
We played a bit of silly buggers in the Christmas tree display to warm up (we quickly found that running around and jumping was a great way to keep us ...