Strawberry Youth Hostel Mittelgasse
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... houses. We continued up through the Vienna Woods which is really just a lot of bush on a hill, a bit like Sugarloaf. It was very cold up there and not much view due to haze. What was an ice cream cart only a couple of weeks ago has now been replaced by a roasted chestnut and potato cart. Roasted chestnuts are a bit "potatoish"- good for squirrels! Between the Woods and the city are ...
... need to eat, and damn, was that cake ever good. While I totally think that different communities should have their own places to hang out and meet each other, it’s kind of sad that we’re still segregating along lines and not just having human cafes, instead of cafes and gay cafes. Everybody should be able to enjoy the beauty that was the cakes we had, and I’m afraid that reading “a well-known gay haunt” may well dissuade people from ...
Weather: cloudy and getting colder Up is morning just after 6.00am to get our bags loaded at 6.45 and breakfast at 7am, departing at 7.30am. We had to say goodbye to the Colombians and was really nice that half of em got up to say goodbye - it was the ones we liked more who made the effort because they have the day in Venice before flying out. Onto the bus and now heading to Lbujuana, Slovenia. We arrived at about 10.30 so not a huge drive and we are straight onto ...
... taken so many pictures, it'll be interesting to see how we can organize them. This is truly one of the most beautiful cities I have ever been in. No matter where you look there are spires, churches, government bldgs that were built in the 17th, 18th, or even earlier centuries. Tomorrow we are going to try to go to two of the castles famous here in ...
... are still used for special functions today. I loved the exhibit.
Reina and I decided to treat ourselves, and stop by the restaurant in the palace. The same Imperial Bakery is still used today, and the famous apple strudel that was created here is still served today. So, I ordered a coffee, and apple strudel, just like the royal family had, with whipped cream. It was so delicious. The strudel had raisins, and a very rich taste. It was a really special stop.