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Vienna

Trip 2 Days 8-9

rain 13 °C

I trained in to Vienna to meet one of my Canadian buddies I met in Prague. We happened to be going to Vienna at the same time and on top of that had booked the same hostel. I met her there around 200 and we set off to wander the city. But, we only made it across the street to the Naschmart. The Nashmart is an outdoor market with food, drinks, clothes, etc. etc. etc. We sat down and had some traditional Viennese food and a yummy beer. Then we wondered for a bit more and headed back to the hostel to put in some laundry, shower, and get ready to go out for the night. After we took our laundry from the dryer we walked to the Vienna Opera House. We bought some standing tickets for 3 Euros. The Opera was La Triviatta, so I was excited to see an Opera I had at least heard of. We lasted about an hour. The fact that we were standing, mixed with someone's terrible B.O. and terrible heat-- just didn't work for us. We made it back to our hostel and headed to the in-house bar. And stayed there. For at least 8 hours. We met a bunch of crazy Aussies, American, Canadians. Played pool. Did Jager trains. Had crappy beer and shots. It was a blast! We ended up going to bed around 3 or 4 in the morning.

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Jager Train

The next morning we got up around 10 and had a nice easy day of wandering around trying to shop, but relly having the energy. We ended up going out to a late lunch then wandering back to the hostel to have a lazy afternoon playing on the internet.

So, unfortunately I dont have any pictures besides the Jager Train.... oops!

But, I have just arrived in Budapest and it looks like it will be an interesting weekend. Supposed to meet up with the Aussie and Canadian that I met in Prague. Let's hope we find each other!

Current stop: Budapest, Hungary.

Posted by Michele530 05:49 Archived in Austria

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