Hi everybody! Wanna see some pictures from my trip to Vienna? Of course you do! Unless you're my friend on facebook and have already seen them. But then maybe you want to see them again!
Here we go!
The first day I got there (December 22nd) we went to Slovakia to a little Christmas market in Bratislava. (Right, Dad? Bratislava? Is that where we were? Sometimes I forget things.)
The market had lots of handicrafts for sale and lots of delicious food. Here we are enjoying some crepes:
Except for Melece. She is not enjoying her crepe. See, none of us speak Slovak and so we didn't know what was in the crepes. Mom and I chose the one drizzled with chocolate which had more chocolate inside, Dad chose the one with poppy seeds on it which turned out to be jam filled and Melece chose the one with no visible topping which she was SURE had lemon in it. She said she could smell it. So she grabs the sugar pot and pours sugar all over it. Then she tasted it. It was filled with goose liver pate. Oops.
The next day (December 23rd) we went to a Christmas market in Vienna. It was at Karlsplatz, or the square in front of St Charles Church.
Here are Melece and Dad enjoying the market:
We got some food and walked around and then left the market and wandered around some more. Here we are on Karntner Street, which Dad says is famous:
Well, obviously it's famous now cuz it's on my blog! We walked around and window shopped and went into this big Swarovski store. There were lots of shiny things!
Here's Melece, Mom and me. Can you see me, can you see me?
Lots of Christmas lights! And some Christmas trees for sale.
Here's the church Mozart got married in:
Kinda spooky looking in the dark, not gonna lie.
Hey look! A picture with me in it:
Wow, I'm amazed by how bright this picture turned out. I guess it was all the Christmas lights. I love Christmas lights. Wanna see some more?
Ok, here you go:
Here's the Austrian parliament building:
And here we are at yet another Christmas market in front of another church, eating yet more food. (If cotton candy counts as a food. Which it does) :
And here's the biggest dang thing of Nutella I've ever seen:
And here's another pretty picture of the the church the market was in front of:
And here's Sasha being really attentive to what Mom is eating in hopes that she will share:
And here we are on the tram on the way home. I was really tired. And a little bit grouchy.
I'm gonna go to bed now cuz it's kind of the middle of the night here. And I just realized I haven't uploaded the rest of my pictures from my camera yet. So the rest of my trip will have to wait for another post. Happy New Year, everyone and happy birthday to Melece! I celebrated New Years by going to a church dance in Hong Kong and I celebrated Melece's birthday by sleeping all day (it was a public holiday). Hope you had fun however you celebrated it!