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... we get to Barbara's place the countryside will top everything. I am so confused with the history of Europe, who took over who in what year etc etc. wish I could retain more info. However at least now I can join in conversations about Europe when they come up. I feel I have now learnt a lot even if I can't remember all the history ...
... and little is left to the imagination about how it would have looked ‘back in the day’. Often times, these restored castles are too ‘new looking’ and look more like movie sets than historical sites.
Devin Castle was built in 800 AD and survived many years, but eventually was destroyed by the French in the 1800’s. Like many castles, this one was built over existing ...
... a list of goals I had for the summer. He gave me till lunch to finish this list and we were going to discuss it when we got back. I thought, “No big deal. I got this!” Nope, I determined to set five goals but at 12:30…I only had four, but PK said I could just continue after lunch since there were no other big things for me to do.
For lunch we went to…IKEA! ...
... pretty. I walked home in the evening, formulating plans for my last day – my flight left at 7 pm, which left me an entire day.
In the back of my mind, I had tossed around the idea of going to the Slovakian capital of Bratislava, a short hour bus ride from Vienna, but the snow threw off my plans. What if I got stuck? What if the buses were no longer running? The train schedule wasn't very convenient. Should I take a chance? Should I play ...
... the hills to feel alive. In other words, we were off to Salzburg, home of the Sound of Music (and also some guy named Mozart).
We arrived in Salzburg in the afternoon and shortly after dropping off our things at our accommodation headed into the old town to investigate. You know it is lucky that we already knew that Mozart was from Salzburg because otherwise there would have been no sign of it……. NOT! (gee it’s been a while since I did the whole ...