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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 …
Our last day started with noon mass at the big St. Stephen's Cathedral and another standing room only performance. The kids were great even though they looked a little tired.
Calvin and I headed out for the New City Hall for the Ice World extravaganza. They installed 7,000 meters of synthetic ice track around the Rathaus building. We were …
... to Salzburg was just lovely, all leather seats, quiet and very fast, up to 230km/hr. Scenery was clouded in haze and fog for much of the way, but it cleared for the last half hour or so to a perfect day. Passed by green, green fields, some with cows grazing contentedly, the archetypal two storied houses with balcony, lakes, mountains in the background. What more could you ask for? Weather is supposed to hold at least till next Tuesday so looking forward to ...
... in the US trying to improve them. A very impressive guy full of stories. The bus journey to Prague was by far our best yet. We'd own the bus lottery. The bus had leather seats, plug sockets, free wifi, screens on the pack of seats equipped with games, about 50 films and a selection of tv programmes (including friends), free hot drinks and a selection of free magazines, none of them in English unfortunately. The next 5 and a half hours past far too quickly for my ...
... even kidding. Vienna had a lot of making up to do for me to start enjoying myself…
Luckily, the next day was amazing as Rach and I went on a massive wine/bike tour around the Wachau region in Lower Austria, which was 50 minutes north of Vienna on a train. The views we got from the train were really pretty; there were fields full of sunflowers that all had their heads facing towards the sun, and lots of greenery. Our first stop was in a little town to pick up ...