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... move about every five years and start getting rid of stuff you no longer use.)
We do not yet have an apartment in Vienna. The IAEA has a housing office with a list of potential apartments that they can help us to negotiate leasing. The apartments vary in size, price and location in the city. We have been able to go online and look at their vitals and have selected about a dozen that have potential for our needs, we think. Once there, we can set ...
... called the desk for Internet access code; I could hear the clerk but he couldn't hear me), and the coffee maker didn't work. But the room was clean, and the service was good--when the phone didn't work, the clerk came dashing down to our room to make sure we were all right. Breakfast a vast improvement over Travelodge.
... for a special occasion - I guess we were it!
We sit up and chat late into the night about our travels and our rafting video.
I call my lovely Louise for a long awaited chat and send James a text from mum. All is well back home.
To our fan base - apologies for not getting the blog out sooner. A combination of too busy having fun, too tired, no reception, you get the picture. Remember no news is good news, so don't worry.
... but I have a deadline for when I need to be out of the house I'm currently renting.
We met my realtor at the first house and wandered through. We then headed for the second one and checked it out. I've previously seen both of them but I wanted to see them again before taking any action. I decided to make an offer on the second house and gave ...
... s. I let fly at their gate agents. So unprofessional. Last time I fly with Air France. They had no other flights (we could have gotten out on others if they had just given a no-bs estimate of the delay or magnitude of the mechanical problem).
I went home dejected, demoralized and exhausted. What was to be the start of a great adventure was a false start resulting in the loss of one day of something new.