So the city of Vienna is stunning. That’s it. End of blog post.

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Turns out there’s no kangaroos in Austria, don’t tell the Americans.

It’s a beautiful city to walk around in and explore. Each step seems to transport you to yet another glorious building. A building that has absolutely nothing to do with anything we have back home. A whole city of history. I’m in love.

The subway set up is the easiest of all the cities I’ve been to. So simple to find your way around either by foot or by train.Β The food is great. The people seem lovely. It’s clean, and the parks are numerous and spotless. I’m definitely noticing a trend that Europeans love their parks. I have a bit of a pickle – I want to go to Slovakia for the day, but my hostel doesn’t have any space the night after… so now I need to find somewhere to stay/store my bags for the day to check in later. I found a great hostel to move to, but I don’t know how to solve the bag issues… Oh well the joys of travel.

More to come!