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... hour, we made it to our hostel. Having been extremely sick throughout Italy and pushing my body so I could get all the experiences, I needed a rest day. I was too tired to even construct sentences for my blog. I couldn't sleep though.
Kayla and Emma wanted to look around so I thought I would join them. We found a clothes shop where I got a top-so nice to have new clothes when all you do is wear the old ones over and over. At times, being ...
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Hello. We went to drop Devial off, which was our black car, and picked up our new car which is grey. We picked up Ninnee and Ninnee helped us name it. She chose Vinka because we were looking for a girl name that started with a "V" because it is a Volkswagen. She was so happy to see us that she nearly cried. ...
... Parliament, Vienna Opera House, the Stadpart Gardens and ..... Also fascinating and in complete contrast is the new area of the city around the UN buildings, which has emerged from the rubble of WW2. It stands in complete contrast to the rest of downtown Vienna. We walk back to the apartment via the local supermarket, and have the evening in front of TV and with internet access. It is one of the few times on the trip that we have had access to English channels and the internet as ...
... The illusion of a spiral was meant to lead you a certain way. Now back to the Klimts. Yes The Kiss was there, at the end of darkened room. It was much larger than I expected, square with a darker background. No photos allowed so I can't show you. Klimt was mentor to a younger artist called Egon Schiele whose work we had seen the day before at the Leopold Museum. He did a satirical painting similar but with a cardinal and a nun. The day before we ...
... and muesli and some supplies to make a big salad for my lunch. Arriving back I learnt Chanel and Chris were out sightseeing so Phil and I went for a gander in the Naschmarkets across the road from the hostel. There were fruit and veg stands, spices, dried fruits, kebab and falafel stands, cheese, dips, and so much antipasto!!! It was amazing!!! We arrived at a coffeeshop that our walking guide had recommended to us the day we arrived in Vienna. We sat in the ...