Yesterday was All About Vienna. We knew we would have to pace ourselves, so didn't set off until about 9:30, giving the rush hour a chance to get over, too. The camp site is about 800 metres from the U-Bahn (there is a bus, but only every 30 minutes on weekdays and we had just missed it), and it didn't take long to get into the centre of town, where we wandered through the parks and past the Hofbrunn palace complex (I'm sure you used to be able to walk through it, but we must have been in the wrong part to do that). And so into the old town where we had coffee, and then walked past the Stefansdom (Mass was being said, so we couldn't really visit it). We caught a bus to the Naschmarkt, more of a tourist trap than ever, where we had lunch. We could probably have walked, but I had a blister which was getting sorer by the minute.
Then a visit to an apothecary for blister plasters (oh, the relief!), and a bus to where we could change to a tram. We wanted Line 1 of the U-Bahn, to take us out to Kagran, where we had been some years ago now to watch friends skating. The ice rink, of course, is closed for the summer, although they were still advertising their hockey team outside. There is also a large shopping mall, the Donauzentrum, but it seemed tiny compared to Westfield, and even to Cité Europe, and the ice creams we scored there were not very nice.
We had seen there was a bus that would take us down to "our" U-Bahn station, so we took it, and I regret to say waited 25 minutes to go all of one stop on the next one, which dropped us outside the campsite. And a nap, a cool shower, a light supper, and a very early bed! I was very, very tired!