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... Hall, has an outdoor skating arena which includes all these paths that connect the two large suitcases! It was beautiful all lit up at night! However, I let down my fellow Canadians by falling several times. Hey, if you saw the skates you would have understood! Plus, it was my first time in hockey skates!
Tomorrow we are heading to Salzburg, which means the Sound of Music ...
... lined with tanks. In the middle was a table with all the different variety’s they make. They sell everything from Apricot flavour to Chilli flavour. They even had one with gold flakes in it which apparently makes an impressive looking cocktail. They also had a brief description about how it was made (similar to the whisky explanation) then it was onto the tasting room. We were allowed 3 flavours so of course I tried the chilli one first! Bang! It had a huge flavour and a big ...
... his pants the whole time . Lots of neon lights, fair food and ringing noises - possibly one of the reasons I would go back to Vienna (maybe not bens). The next day we spent exploring the city and went to the natural history museum which had skeletons of dinosaurs, all the rocks and crystals you could imagine and heaps of animals from the kiwi to a blue whale! It was pretty awesome to see, plus ...
... waiting in any lines and there are barely any tourists. It is amazing. Plus I quite enjoy the big red & white flag flying in the air. We walked back to Stephensplatz and enjoyed schnitzel and sangria for dinner, not to mention apfelstrudal for dessert. YUM! Oh yeah, if you can't tell.... Dan and I LOVE to eat. This morning we extended our stay in Vienna. Budapest was next on ...
... able to communicate. There was also an older nun who spoke Spanish because she came from Argentina. We were able to communicate quite well. This nun actually knew my aunt well and considered her as her own mother and mentor. She told me that she had actually talked to Sr. Alphonsa just two weeks before she passed. She got a little emotional, and it was amazing to see the impact my aunt had on the lives of those around her when she was living!
The Argentinian nun made us ...