Three Days in Vienna

IMG_0095 Yes, it is still a teaser (Erin style) although unlike my last un-teaser-like teaser, it doesn’t have a bunch of rambling writing in it!  We spent three days in Vienna, and as you can see, I was still wearing the brace and carrying my trekking poles.  Vienna was basically a very big city, in the flatter part of Austria, and was expensive and …well…I’ll save that for the real blog.  Some things about Vienna we loved.

It is a city to explore if you have a lot of time and money and love high fashion, music, and art.  A favorite moment was the short ride on the Prater Ferris Wheel and learning about its historical significance to the city. 

I arrived home last night after more than 24 hours of traveling.  Jet lag is worse from east to west I think, and I am still all strange and spacy and exhausted.  Many photos to process and memories written on the iPad to capture.

Author: kyotesue

Soil scientist/mapper working for 35 years in the wild lands of the West. I am now retired, enjoying my freedom to travel, to hike without a shovel and a pack, to knit and quilt and play, to play with photography and write stories about all of it.

3 thoughts on “Three Days in Vienna”

  1. I have it pretty easy when it comes to jet lag — especially if I don't give in to the time difference and nap or go to bed at odd hours — but I find it a bit more troublesome traveling west to east.


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