But the room itself was pretty nice, it was large and comfortable. I had picked the place mostly because it was relatively cheap at 25 EU per night, but it turned out that by dumb luck I had picked a really convenient place to stay. It was just blocks away from the train station that I had arrived at in Vienna, which was connected to the subway, and also had a bus line to the airport that I would be leaving at. And on top of that, the host was super nice, she gave me a transit map and told me about some of the tourist attractions that I should visit.
The first thing I had when I arrived in Vienna was a piece of cake and some coffee, mostly because I needed wifi so I could contact my AirBNB host to find out how to get to the apartment. I don’t usually drink coffee in the afternoon, so I was pretty wired. Since I wouldn’t be able to sleep for a while, I asked my host if the subway was safe at night. Apparently Austria is one of the safest countries in Europe, so I had nothing to worry about.
Later on I took my time (and did some research on Tripadvisor) and found that I should order a Kasekrainer, which was a cheese filled sausage. This one was quite good, it was crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside, and the cheese burst into your mouth when bitten.
After walking around for a bit and filling my belly with sausage and other junk food, I was finally tired enough to go to sleep. I was looking forward to exploring Vienna by day, and judging by my first night in Vienna, it’s not going to disappoint.