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... rico! :D --------- At Vienna. The eight and half hours flight wasn't as bad as I anticipated. We already went through customs and was very easy. In less than an hour will be boarding the last flight that will take us to Tel Aviv. Here we had the most expensive coffee and bottled water of history. At least the coffee is as good as the Venezuelan one, yum! ...
Friday 20 June Out to the airport.
I am typing this in Wien airport at
9:00 pm as we wait for our 11:20 flight
We had much of the day today so we left
our luggage at the hotel and did a walk through Wien woods and
vineyards. We followed Wanderweg 1 which meant we caught the tram
out to the outer suburbs and walked a marked 11 km track up into the
hills. It was a really ...
... a plate sized schnizel with a separate plate of various salads including, of course, the potato salad and saurkraut.
By 3:00 pm the rain looked threatening, the radar seemed to show a number of dark pink bits heading our way and the staff were very active in packing up the outdoor tables so we said our goodbyes and headed home. It was really good to catch up with Lee and especially interesting as he is an ...
... only got slightly more strange when Steve asked for a large beer and got a 4 pint jug all to himself as the rest of the pub just laughed at him!
The first real work task came on Thursday night as we headed over to the studio to see Black Mariah putting the final touches to their rehearsals for the following nights gig. Driving through the streets of Vienna it really did seem a million miles away from the streets of Nashville and Memphis. Even in the ...
... taken so many pictures, it'll be interesting to see how we can organize them. This is truly one of the most beautiful cities I have ever been in. No matter where you look there are spires, churches, government bldgs that were built in the 17th, 18th, or even earlier centuries. Tomorrow we are going to try to go to two of the castles famous here in ...