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... and C, are sick of castles. We caught another train back into Central Vienna, where we stumbled into an amusement park where the giant fairest wheel was located. This was much older and smaller than the London eye, but was still a great view of Vienna. We were able to get our bearings a bit as were where keen to find our way to the river in the hope of catching a river cruise. We walked a way to reach the river only to find that there ...
... blocks away. We quickly checked our bags, got our free transit passes that were included with the hotel price, and were on our way again!
It was only 9:30 am! We had expected it to take much longer than that. In fact, one of the things we had really wanted to do in Vienna was to see the Lipizzaner Stallions at the Spanish Riding School. And the only time they were performing was today at 11 am. We'd thought there was no way we could make it in time, so ...
... and young foals which although not as majestic as the normal show still allows people to see a different side to the riding school. After this and a walk around the surrounding streets of the riding school we were back again for the stable tour. Here we got to learn the history behind the school, the summer school where the stallions have some time away as well as where the broad mares reside with the foals. Then ...
... dances from all the ballets performed throughout the evening.
It was a spectacular event and we enjoyed it very much. On our way home we stopped off at a café for a snack as we had not had dinner. Looking back at the amount of food available during intermission we should have realised and eaten at the theatre.
It's been a beautiful warm day and we hope tomorrow will be the same as we are booked to do the Segway tour in the ...
... which was us 5 minutes ago) stand outside in the cold. We then started a stroll through town, stopping off at the Cathedral and a couple of shops before heading back for one last walk through the different markets. The crowds had really picked up from this morning. We weren’t there long before we decided we would call it a day. We went back the station to catch our train back to Bratislava. We had really enjoyed our one day in Vienna. It is such a beautiful and quaint ...