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Bev ordered a small Viennese breakfast which was 2 white bread rolls a croissant, jam and an extremely soft, soft boiled egg.
Lots of lovely fresh produce at the market. Everything looked so tasty and fresh and artistic too with the way they pile up the olives, feta, bread rolls, raspberries, apples, you name it!
After this we met up with Michelle. So good to see her! She is operating on minimal sleep and a double espresso from ...
... boarding. After dropping off the bags, it seemed like we walked the whole airport to get to security. Finally after about 10mins of walking, we arrived at security, the lines were small and we were straight through with no issues. Then we walk straight into duty free. Colleen always has a small browse of the perfumes. This time, a sample here, a sample there, a sample on me and she had a perfume in her hand she liked. Ralph Lauren had a new spray, so I tried that ...
... main-lining caffeine.
Having beer or wine as early as 10:00 am is perfectly normal.
Cafe Melange is the most common Viennese coffee concoction, similar to a cappuccino. Always served on an elegant tray with a glass of tap water.
If you ask for water, the common response is for bottled still or sparkling, you have to ask specifically for tap water, "leitungswasser". The tap water in Europe is generally very good, in Vienna, it's from ...
... is an urban planner's brilliant idea, there's a parking garage below it, there are wooded park sections on two sides and the Rathaus and the Ringstrasse on the other two. Vienna takes great advantage of this large, open space. There are activities going on there much of the year. The erecting and dismantling of stages, screens, podiums, tents, food and shop stands keeps many workers employed throughout the year.
We are now enjoying the International ...
... of those students who spend the whole time travelling. But I guess I am! I've blogged about a few of my travel adventures, but I still have many more to write about. So in total I went to 11 countries while in this exchange semester. Most of it happened during April and March, I went to England, Ireland, France and Holland (again!), and then I did Czech Republic and Germany, then Poland, Slovakia and Croatia and finally Turkey!
Some countries I'm ...