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Vienna, Austria

Oh Vienna !

sunny 31 °C

Into Austria via a great route through Slovakia, suggested by the owner of the apartment we stayed in. With a further detour by ourselves around Bratislava, we crossed into Austria on a small ferry. Then on towards Vienna, our stop for the next two nights.

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Neither April or I had been to Vienna before and we found it literally "gob smacking". The scale of the buildings and more importantly the space between the buildings was huge. The architecture is breathtaking. We both stood in St Stephens Square like two country bumpkins gawping at the buildings. ( oh I forgot we are two country bumpkins)

I don't intend to do a travel guide of Vienna. You can google it or buy a book that's far more interesting than what I've got to say. What I will say though, is it's worth researching Vienna, then come and see it for yourself. In the meantime, here are some pictures of buildings and things:

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Posted by Mick G 11:35 Archived in Austria Tagged buildings people boats motorcycle tourist_sites

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you look good with the wig and tight pants matey! and i see you found were to get your regular tipple from? the place looks great bit envious of the two of you but hey keep enjoying yourselves and take care

by john magee

Yes John it's my new look !

by Mick G

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