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Back to the land of German speakers and the euro today. The rain is unrelenting and follows us all the way from Cesky Krumlov to Vienna. There is a large group of busabout trainees or "freshers" as well as travellers who elect to go on a walking tour when we arrive.
Andrea our guide is quite a character and we learn a few tips:
"look at these sculptures ladies every muscle is defined"
"the famous white horses are born black and after four years ...
... Trace and I were staring down a schnitzel the size of a pizza accompanied by the potato salad and other trimmings. As full as a fat woman's sock we rolled out of the restaurant completely satisfied that we had the traditional culinary experience we were seeking. With that comfortable thought in mind we headed back to the Leopold Platz to savour further musical treats from a Rolling Stones / Beatles band. Back at the Leopold Platz ...
... with such a feared look on their faces! We tried to explain to them that it was probably a false alarm and they didn’t need to panic and pack everything up, but it fell on deaf ears. It was even funnier when they were they only people standing at the meeting point with their luggage! I guess they made the experience at 3:30am worth it.
I met up with Rebecca, the American couchsurfer, on Day 36 and we wandered slightly out of town to visit Sch÷brunn Castle. ...
... a fantastic night and agreed to meet for breakfast today before I left Vienna. Today morning I spend a very pleasant time with Mario, grabbing breakfast at the hostel and chatting with a few thee travellers. And as it is always the case, "todo tiene su final" and it was time for me to take off, to my next destination. We went to Westbanhof where took the train that would take me to Budapest to connect further to Arad. In short, I was ...
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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