Hotel Zum Schwarzen Baren
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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It the morning mum, Mitsuki and I went to the park again. This time we had taken the scooter that the owners of the house had left here. We went to this maze. It was a really big. Inside the maze was a park. There was puzzles that you had to do. And after that we went to this park that was on the other side of the bridge. It was a big park. We stayed there until dad came. It was really hot so after the park we went to get an ice cream. The ice cream was good. After that we went to ...
... The double-decker bus did a good job taking us down narrow streets and up the hill to see the sites.
Considering most of the day was spent on the bus 11am-6pm once the green bus took us back to the Opera House we called it a day and headed back to the hotel. Had Pork Schnitzel (traditional meal) + Almdudler (grape/apple juice fizzy strangely tastes like ginger ale) so I have tried the must do in Vienna.
... ground whilst spinning around a pole. It gave me a glorious view of Vienna but also a dizzy head afterwards. Then we went onto a water ride that saw the group packed into a giant floatie that got washed down a half pipe. The weight of the floatie made it spin non-stop as it bumped from turn to turn on its way down. At the last turn, a huge wave washed over us and completely drenched a classmates from head to toe, while I could feel my ...
... and like most of my descriptions of these other cities), Vienna does such a great job with mixing the past with the present. I've only been here about half a day, but from what I've seen, it's remarkable. On one hand I feel like I've stepped into a movie set, like the city was set up to look this surreal. On another, I feel this very modern city will quickly morph back into a the 15th century city of the Habsburg dynasty. I can't explain it....It's just ...
... exactly the boat was. We ended up going up a bridge and once we could get a clear view do the river, we could see where we should be and so we arrived back at the boat rather bedraggled but relieved to be back on board (just in time for Happy Hour). The Panorama sailed for Budapest around 5.00pm. There was a Captain's Gala Dinner at 7.00pm which was very enjoyable and then it was time to rest our weary ...