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... to say our goodbyes so that he could catch his plane. We also sang happy birthday to Mads (again) and gave him the birthday surprise, a stuffed panda from the zoo. After probably making the cab driver pretty mad with our shena****ns saying our goodbyes, we planned out the rest of our day.
We settled on going to Prater Wien which is kind of the Calgary Stampede minus the stampede part. It is an amusement park in the ...
... to be massive, there is so much space everywhere. The main streets are incredibly wide and there are parks everywhere (almost half of the city is made up of parks!) Vienna seems like a wonderful place to live, with great shopping and a beautiful city centre, but as a tourist destination it's just a lot of shops, museums and parks (which isn't great on a rainy day and a tight budget!) We are both happy that we stopped here, but are ready to move on. Budapest is ...
... The Schnitz was fantastic and so were their bratwurst sausages and we shared pates of both. That is, the men ordered the schnitz and the women the bratturst and we swapped portions (not halves ... Ches doesn't do halves). She does do beer now however and shortly I will post a blog with just photographs of Ches with beers. She has drunk more beer in the last fortnight than in the last 46 years.
The food and company were excellent. Our waitress ...
... I saw some street performers that was pretty cool. I even caught an opera! I had enjoyed many different and unique foods that I had never tried before and I loved every bite of it. There is just so much to see in Vienna for just the little bit of time that I spent ...
... hear them kissing and they never talk to us otherwise, they were kind of around the corner behind a wall. The perks of living in a dorm eh! -Carmy May 29, 2013 Since we wanted to save some money we got up around 11 and went to the Naschmarkt and bought 1/2 of a papaya, 3 apricots, a grapefruit, a peach and a poppyseed loaf all for 8€, bought a coffee and baileys at our favorite coffee shop, and then ate our breakfast back at the hostel. We went down to use the computers to ...