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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 …
... Praterdome - a club in an amusement park. Perhaps a less classy establishment, but with 3 dancefloors we were there until the early hours of the morning. We did go sightseeing, to the royal building and the surrounding Christmas markets but compared to the other places we had seen, Vienna was somewhat subpar. The hostel was worth noting though, definitely the most friendly atmosphere and best facilities we had come across. If ...
... we managed to make it to the Markets and have a look around. Nobody knew what they wanted for lunch so we bought this dodgy Turkish meat thingy (which was dodgy) and a schnitzel and chips. Not the best lunch we've had but Brigitte and I liked it.
After that we wandered about and saw the Opera House, Albertina, the Palace with the Spanish horses. We kept walking and finally found the No. 1 tram and took it the end of the line at the Prater - a large public park. ...
... spoon. This is how on this fine day in August I found myself cutting up a bread roll with a spoon while Thomas cut up the meat with scissors. Quite the experience!
It was a bit of a walk to the Stadpark but definitely worth it. We ate our lunch and played cards sat by the water as well as some cheeky people watching of course! Later that evening we headed back to the hostel for tea. I headed out afterwards to go and check out the film ...