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Back to the Naschmarket Saturday for dinner groceries (fresh pasta and sauce, bread, salad, artisan cheeses, wine, etc.)
Sunday put us on the train to Melk to tour the Abbey, lunch, then a boat ride down the Danube to Krems where we caught the train back to Vienna. We took the Railjet for part of the train ride and the posted speed was 228 kph, which converts to 142 mph. We were flying on the ground! Melk was under re-construction ...
... decided to quickly head over to the Naschmarket before we had to meet up again. Also, our prof decided it was better for him to ride around on a segway named 'Mitzy' for the entire day - hilarious.
The next stop was to the Swarovski store in Vienna where we had a small tour and learned more about the company and their cultural place in Austria. At the store, they had a 100 000 euro chandelier that was used in the ...
... afternoon. I found a really cool book and it was like 25 dollars and dad said it's to much, I also found a magnet and it was really cool and big ( it's not big , it's like the size of two fingers). We went to 6 Christmas markets in Vienna . 3 on one day and 3 the next day and I only bought one thing, I soar a hole hip of stuff that I want to ...
... juice so things start well. I always take a plate of pastries back to Lee (well that's my excuse although she usually is with me, but she leaves 2 minutes before I raid the tables) so we have something in the backpack when we go touristing. They are the kind of pastries that look better than they taste so we sort of fill up on them then go and have a good coffee and one (well maybe two, well alright two for sure) cakes to top right up. Today we bused to Bratislava, the capital ...
... featured Klimt works as well as Egor Schiele for those who care but ran out of puff to go to see Hundertwasser's museum and building. The second museum was housed in the Belvedere Palace which was stunning in itself. We tried the famous cakes, horseradish, Sauerkraut, sausages and goulash. Pretty heavy food and don't forget the potatoes! Now we look forward to the train trip over the alps to ...