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... from the U.S. that were heading for Cesky Krumlov and Prague.
As I entered the station, I noticed there were still a lot of refugees in the plaza around the station. The same soldier was guarding the entrance to the medical tent, and I stopped for a minute to say "hello" to him. I asked how many refugees they had at the moment, and he said "about 500". Apparently a large group has left for Germany since yesterday.
I went into the well stocked ...
... still feels damp, so I no longer use it most of the time. I've learned to live with a drying rack in the dining room and to use the lines out on the balcony. I imagine I am prolonging the life of our clothes by sparing them the heat cycle in addition to saving on our electric bill. The machine is tiny, I do loads about a third the size I used to, so I do laundry frequently. Once again, just the two of us, not too big a deal. I get Tim's work shirts done at the cleaners a ...
... open plaza. St Stephens Cathedral dominates the very Centre and of course Mozart still exists in many forms, particularly chocolate. There is a Magnificent opera house and concert halls everywhere and there is so much history and the palace belonging to the Hapsburg
Dynasty containing priceless treasures - also ...
... of getting .5 or .3 litres, "gros" or "klein". Oh, and sometimes they offer beer mixed with lemonade, a "Radler", for which we haven't yet acquired a taste. And yes, it's cold enough to be refreshing. Don't even try to ask for a "light" beer.
The most common house wines are Zweigelt, red, or Gruner Veltliner, white. They're both very good. Soft drinks are available, but I really can't comment because I like my empty calories to include either ...
... out it was just the Danube canal.
None of the walking helped our energy levels, so we decided to just go back to the hotel and crash. By the time we got there and I got ready to sleep, it was only 4:30 pm. And my mom said I was asleep as soon as my head hit the pillow.
So that was it for our first day. We have three more days in Vienna, before heading off to the mountains of Austria!
P.S. Daily Step Count = 9,008
Miles Walked = ...