You may think you know a lot about Germany and Vienna. However, you probably don’t know that Vienna has the oldest zoo in the world, that you can ride on a train from Germany to Vienna and that Germany has a lot of beer gardens. Or do you?
Even though I can’t drink beer, I still loved all the beer gardens in Germany. Today I am going to tell you about my top two favorite beer gardens in Germany and why it is not strange that I liked them. My second favorite beer garden was called Fassla Kessler because it had a playground and it wasn’t that crowded the first time we went. My first favorite Beer garden was in Munich because it had a much bigger playground and there was almost no one there. What made the playground at the beer gardens so wonderful was the how big they were. The playground one had sand all over it and it was small with buckets but I liked it. The second playground was big and it had a tower with a slide that was really fast.
Fortunately for you, I am going to tell you about the night train. The night train was taking us from Germany to Vienna. Before we got on the train, we did lots of Wii in the Novatel hotel because it was too early to get on the train. We played Wii sports and lots of it too. Of course, we have gone on a night train before. It was also a night trip except it also ran during the day because our journey that time was much longer. That time we went from Seattle to California. Our room on this train was so small! It was just four beds on top of each other; two on each side. It was hard to sleep because the beds weren’t nice. It was also really noisy because there was lots of beeping. It was extremely hard to sleep.
Wow! A Panda! Finally, I am going to tell you about the Vienna Zoo. Did you know the Vienna Zoo is the oldest zoo in the world? It was built by the Hapsburgs in 1742. My favorite part in the Vienna Zoo was the panda exhibit because not many zoos have pandas and they are really cute. Another cool exhibit was the cheetahs because they are really fast and it kept walking past us. I think it was walking past us because it thought we had food (or were food!). They also had lions. It was hard to see the lions but I think they were just hot. They were hot because it was a hot day. On our day at the zoo, the temperatures were over 35 degrees!
I hope you enjoyed learning about the Vienna Zoo, the train from Germany to Vienna and the Beer Gardens! Oh no, the cheetah is getting away. I better catch it! Bye!