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So we had really only one day in Vienna. We arrived at 5pm Monday night (keep in mind it gets dark at 4pm). But our hostel was right across the road from the naschmarkt (a food market) so we went and explored to find some dinner and managed to find a place to eat a Weiner schnitzel!!! But they don't know what gravy is so it wasn't that thrilling! On our free full day we decided just to do a hop on hop off bus as we ...
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P.S. Daily Step Count = 14,936
Miles Walked = 6.63
P.S.S. You may be wondering how I remembered everything about what I saw in the museum. Well, I didn't. A lot of the geology I had to look up on Wikipedia to remember how to explain it. Although surprisingly I remembered the origins of the universe pretty well. And, I also bought a book that had information on the museum's top 100 exhibits. I think this may be my longest blog ever, and definitely took the most time to finish.
... wandered through local food market stalls and were treated to some tasty delicacies and some wine tasting. For some afternoon excitement we saw a petty thief being chased by some shop owners. More than likely he stole a minor item and he managed to escape into the bustling crowd of shoppers.
Later that evening while some guests were at the Opera those left on board had their own party with the music of the on board piano player ...
... per city, there are some places where his group are staying for fewer than twenty-four hours. Whilst this means that he gets to see many more places than us, it seemed odd that you might not even give yourself a chance to get to understand the ways of a place. Actually, on advice from a friend, we were originally only intending on spending a day in Vienna; however complications with a train booking meant that we ended up having an extra day here. I'm so glad that it ...
We are staying in an area a little to the north of the central city in a suburb called Oberdobling. It's only 20 minutes by U train to the centre and the station is a 5 minute walk. It's a surprisingly family focused area, considering it's all apartments and I've seen quite s lot of dogs as well. It wouldn't be my choice to bring kids up in an apartment. What do you do when they get restless? You can hardly send them outside to ...