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... second night after we hit the backpacker bar I was making sure I didn’t go anywhere near the Swedish Canadians as they made out with every guy that came close. Not everyone enjoyed the affection, and a head butt resulted soon enough. It took them a minute or so to realise that there was a nasty nosebleed in the middle of the floor. Thankfully Nick the paramedic was on hand to help her stem the flow and get her back to the hostel. Rather than be thankful for ...
... staff, quiet place. Our goal was to stay awake all day to solve the "jet lag" issue quickly. So we headed out for lunch at a local restaurant recommended by the hotel -- turn left, then up the many steps to the church, turn right, walk to the end of the street, turn left, then right. We missed the last step so never found the restaurant. Streets are narrow and rarely go in a straight line. Buildings are historic, several stories ...
... for lunch. Had good food at Cafe Mozart, just the opposite
block to the Opera house. And had an excellent dessert by the name of
Kardinal Schnitte and chandini had Goulash - which is an
Austrian-Hungarian traditional dish. Its a thick stew of meat and
potatoes. Then we went for the Opera - Lohengrin by Richard Wagner - a
its about 4.5hrs with 2 breaks of 20mins each. Its a well narrates
story. The subtitles ...
... Vienna without public transport will require a lot of walking! But not deterred we marched down a very long and Christmasie main stretch onto our first of about 7 Christmas markets . After viewing the high end of Christmas Market product made authentically by hand , we quickly realised Vienna was far from a backpackers paradise. After clocking up an hour or two we headed via a long food market to organise dinner then had a glimpse of Europe's biggest Christmas ...
Each cabin on our cruise is assigned a butler. Our butler is Andreeas. A beautiful young blond Romanian lass married to Marius also from Romania and who also works on the ship (and who just happens to be the Maitre De of the Captains Table). We have not needed to use Andreeas too often (in fact not at all) but have related well to her. She has a great sense of humour and has really responded to our Aussie humour (the competition is ...
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