Summer Trip | 5th stop
Vienna ๐ŸŽ  117 metres above ground

– 31st of July, 2019, wednesday –
We arrived the night before, tired from the day in Linz. A short walk could be nice, the weather was lovely in the evening. Just around the neighbourhood, okay? Our friend got excited to show us the city and somehow we ended up walking around Vienna for almost three hours. I had the feeling we were slightly lost and there were multiple occasions where I just wanted to sit down and wait for someone to carry me home. Believe it or not, nobody wanted to do that for me. Mean, right? Luckily I made it home all by myself.

The Wednesday was one of the most uneventful days of the trip, and that on our first day in Vienna. We didn’t leave the house until it was almost noon and met a friend for lunch. We sat at the Danube for a while, ate an ice cream (which was very eventful).

In the evening things got more exciting; “did I tell you that we got three kittens?”, our next host texted us. I couldn’t contain my excitement in the metro and transformed into a bouncy ball until we arrived. It would be an understatement to say that cuddling the kittens was awesome.

– 1st of August, 2019, thursday –
I think I know too many people in Vienna, because it was only the second day and we were meeting up with the fifth friend already. Lunch again, at Prater this time. Going in the Prater Turm, for the second time in my life, was the highlight of the day. Flying 117 metres (well, 90 to be honest, the top of the tower is at 117) above the ground is definitely an amazing feeling, especially if the view is over the beautiful city of Vienna.

– 2nd of August, 2019, friday –
Nice huh, those pictures of Schloss Schรถnbrunn? Yeah, I wasn’t even there, but I was too lazy to take pictures for whatever reason, so I had to reuse old ones. You know, to make this article seem a bit more attractive for the people who are too lazy too read (not judging, I was lazy too).

In case you are still reading: very good, I’m proud. We spent the Friday morning in the Kunsthistorisches Museum, which was wow. Not because of the art, but because the building was so incredible. I don’t think I’ve ever been this amazed with a building before in my life, it was really cool. After, we went for a walk around the city centre and then used our last opportunity to cuddle with those little fluffy kittens.

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