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Our last day started with a noon mass at the big St. Stephen's Cathedral and another standing room only performance. The kids were great but they also started looking a little tired.
After mass Calvin and I headed out for the New City Hall for the Ice World extravaganza. They installed 7,00 meters of synthetic ice track around the Rathaus …
I skipped the palace tour and slept in a bit today. Honestly, I just could not get back on the bus so soon after our long ride from Prague.
I set out around noon to the Streets of Vienna looking for the open market. I cut through the grounds of the Belvedere Palace. It was sunny and many folks were out soaking up the rays. After about 40 …
... time after the tour to stop in a Vienna café. They are known for wonderful coffee and pastries (we were told that going to Starbucks in Vienna is practically a crime). Mom wasn't in the mood for coffee (and I don't drink it anyways) so instead we had Hot Chocolate and Almond cake. They were both fantastic! The hot chocolate wasn't overly sweet but rich and chocolatey. The almond cake was light and refreshing. We wanted to follow that up with Vienna sausages from a good ...
Despite the emergency blog this week, it has been one of the best so far. I left off last Sunday in Edinburgh about to drive south. We spent the first two days of this week finishing off our driving trip. The first day out of Scotland was spent in the town of York. The afternoon was consumed with a few hours of walking around the cobble stoned streets and checking out a massive church that we found. Tuesday was also an enjoyable day of driving, as we stopped off ...
... The next day we head east and travel to Slovakia, a relatively young country which only gained independence in 1993. We stop for lunch in the capital city of Bratislava, enjoying a quick bite to eat a little window shopping. From here we continue on towards Hungry, finally arriving in the twin cities of Buda and Pest, which sit on opposing sides of the mighty Danube River. Together these cities make the beautiful Hungarian capital of Budapest. After settling into our hostel ...
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