Getting to the airport from campus was a bit of an adventure. We had to take one bus into the city center, then walk to get to another bus stop. That bus must have taken 40 minutes to get to the airport. It was still pretty fun seeing parts of Dublin I'd never seen before. The airport in Dublin is really nice, I liked it just as well as the one in Indianapolis. Anywho, we arrived safely to the airport in Vienna.
After we dropped our stuff off, we decided to explore Vienna at night. It really is a beautiful city. The architecture is amazing, all fancy and old-fashioned looking. I especially loved the consistent look of all the shops, so white and pretty.
The next day we decided to visit the Schonbrunn Palace (I think that's how it's spelled). It was so huge! The rooms were amazingly decorated and Sabrina said it was the fanciest house she'd ever seen. One room was called the "million dollar" room because it's walls were covered in some of the rarest, and most valuable wood in all of the world. My favorite room was the grand dance hall, complete with one of a kind ceiling murals. Sabrina loved the oriental themes rooms with delicate rice paper drawings imbedded into the walls. Sadly, we couldn't take pictures on the inside, but Sabrina bought a little guide book so I could remember the rooms.