I wish I stayed longer in Vienna to actually see everything I wanted to see and have some chill “muni-muni time” in between, but I can’t really complain because Vienna Tourism Board and Austrian Airlines really gave me top-notch treatment during my entire stay. They suggested a few places we could see that’s easily accessible by public transportation (which is almost everywhere) and to be honest, I really enjoyed walking and seeing all the beautiful houses, parks and shops I passed by. Given that it’s my first time in Vienna, I really went touristy mode on almost every single day. I went around taking picture of their streets, visited the Schronbrunn Palace (which is such a grand place) and Prater Amusement Park with good friends. I even got to try their famous fried bread and cheese sausage. Okay, my mouth just watered right now. Dang. Here’s my second travel diary and I hope you guys like it.
This is Vienna’s famous moving carousel and there are real horses that will go around! How cool, right? Sadly they closed down a week before we arrived. Bummer.