I was the most excited to get to Vienna, not juts because of the obvious fact that its an amazingly eye pleasing city with lots of culture and history but mainly because for the first time in years I would reunite with my old friend Dory. Arriving in Vienna, with no battery and no real meeting poimt, Dory and I struggled to find each other for almost three hours, despite this glitch in our plan making, we finally reunited and she welcomed me into her beautiful home and to this great city. The best thing about reuniting with people is that you always get to have a true unique non touristy experience, where you actually get to hang out with locals and do coolt things. Dory took me to her friends place where we had a beautiful dinner together prepared by her friends. We laughed and chatted all evening and I was so thankful to be where i was. During my time in Vienna, Dory took me to some of the most beautiful parts of the city, showing me not only, the beautiful palaces and museums but also her Harry Potter like University. We hung out with many groups of friends which gave me a chance to brush up on my German understanding skills, which i definitely need to work on, but also opened my eyes to how different the 'Austrian' German was to the 'German' German which I hadnt noticed before. I got to meet super interesting people on these nights out to the city, to her boyfriends movie night and during our group night in and during my free days, I explored the city and did some walking tours, as i do! Vienna was so captivating and so extraordinarily 'wealthy' looking, I think i could have spent at least a week there taking in the beauty and also the history- Hitler worked in Vienna, and the even showed us his office on the walking tour. Needless to say, they didnt continue too much into the history of Hitler, but having travelled the Balkans and hearing countless times about the Austro- Hungarian empire, the pieces of the historical puzzle were all fitting together nicely. I stayed in Vienna for three nights in which I saw and did plenty of diverse activities but theres no doubt that I will keep Vienna, and the rest of Austria in my future plans.