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Sadly we only had one day in Vienna but we made the best of it. What a fancy city... Down town was full of high-end shopping like Jimmy Choo, Burberry, Chanel, Louis Vitton and Rolex just to name a few. Horse drawn carriages can be rented for the day to accompany you on your shopping spree. No we did not do either things incase you are wondering.
We decided to walk and hit up as many ...
... above sea level. I was above the clouds! I saw waterfalls and open areas of wild flowers...amazing! It was getting really hard to communicate with people at this stage as many of the people living in Central and Eastern European countries don't speak English so I did lots of charades to communicate my needs. At one point I almost bought what I thought was hummus dip at a deli in Bratislava but it turned out to be some sort of pate made of animal guts!! Whoops! ...
Friday 20 June Out to the airport.
I am typing this in Wien airport at
9:00 pm as we wait for our 11:20 flight
We had much of the day today so we left
our luggage at the hotel and did a walk through Wien woods and
vineyards. We followed Wanderweg 1 which meant we caught the tram
out to the outer suburbs and walked a marked 11 km track up into the
hills. It was a really ...
... bus got into Zagreb, we went and got our tickets to Vienna and then found somewhere to sit down and have lunch. Before we knew it was 6pm and we realised we still had plenty of Croatian money left that we can't change outside of the country, so the rave was on to try and find somewhere to change it. Being Easter we knew our chances weren't high but had hopes the tourist info would still be open. Everywhere was closed, even the tourist info closed earlier than ...
... beef), both of which are served in portions so huge that we almost weep with fear. Considering the fact that I’ve been righteously pure in my diet since returning from the Portugese retreat, this one meal is going to undo all my good work. Manfully, we do our best, but feel guilty at the fact we barely consume half of what is served, letting the waiter know that yes, we did enjoy it, but we’re just not built to eat half a cow each.
Austria 1, healthy eating ...