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We woke up to a good breakfast and a beautiful day. It was almost so nice out that we did not need our hats on or our jackets zipped up. I wish the weather for the rest of our time in Europe would be this nice. I believe that John mentioned a TV tower with babies crawling up and down it in yesterday's post. We took a closer look at the tower this …
We got uncomfortably full this morning at breakfast... again. I can't help but laugh when Johnny sits at the table and thinks out loud, "I wonder what I will have for dessert?". Who eats dessert with breakfast? Lucky boy never gains a pound though.
After breakfast we made our way back to Schonbrunn Palace and Gardens, for real this time. …
... and can, experiment and drink the tango nectar which is pouring, but don't forget your home milonga, your home environment where it may not be the best, where you may sometimes feel broed and trapped and not appreciated yet we all are on the same boat and what really does not work for you today may work in the next few weeks, months and even years. We do go through cahnges as dancers and we imrpove all the time, every day, with every dance. And that IS great.
... head! SOmething 'confessed' they had cut off a bit of a dreadlocks of Scott's (turned out to be a joke) someone confessed they had vomited in their hair and didn't have time to wash it for a day or so! I confessed that I had really enjoyed my time on the trip and making some close friends although it would have been nice to make better friends with more people, a lot of people agreed with this.The confession broke up the time a fair bit and provided some entertainment for ...
... comes to things like that.
Our next stop was Slavkov where "The Battle of the Three Emperors" took place. It was Napoleon versus Austria-Hungary and Russia, Napoleon was victorious. On the battle field "The Memorial of Peace" was erected for those who died in that battle. It was made exactly one hundred years after that battle and it was made to honor all those who fought in that battle.
We first went through a little museum they had that discussed ...