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... kind of empire he was the heir to really helped me put it into better perspective. While I was being a library and history nerd, Maggie was off at the (?write a bit here...?) We then decided to make our dinner at the hostel, so stopped by a grocery store on the way home to grab supplies. Nothing fancy, just pork chops, potatoes and mixed veggies. Eating out at so many restaurants, especially trying to order cheaper items, has been making us a little fatter than ...
... meusem. Also a very cool film museum but they only screen awesome films and have a bar open 1 hour beforehand. Sat in a park and watched some guy unzip right in front of me. And I thought I was uncivilized! I Pi my hand up to shield my eyes from his huge dick. Picked up some things from the grocery for my 18 hour journey and headed back to the terminal. Enough walking for today. I sit and wait a few hours. Have a cappuccino and Austrian ...
... time now. In chatting with old high school classmate Prentiss Dunn about it, he mentioned that one of his favorite getaways is about an hour southwest of his home in Vienna. I said excellent, call them and see if you can book it for us. He did and did and we’ve been here for going on four days now.
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Had a quiet day getting our feet . Walked around Vienna looked at sites and walked to the Stadtpark Gardens. Took some photos. Came back for a quiet time than ventured out again and had lunch at a beautiful cafe had beautiful sandwiches and lovely cheesecake melt in the mouth. Than walked it off down to the Danube I'm glad we are back at the hotel as it is thundering and ...
... aside for one moment, my morning at Schönbrunn Palace was a gob-smacking one.
Not on the scale of Versalles, but certainly as lavish. The Grand Tour took us through a mere 40 rooms glittering with gold and intact enough that spotting an Emperor or two wandering the corridors wouldn't have been a surprise.
Your correspondent, ever aware of your dreary existences, risked life and ...