EuroHotel Airport Vienna
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... what the poor fish thought about that foot crushing his head.
Norma, Prentiss's girlfriend Inci, (N.G.) and the man himself, the first time many of you Bastrop folks have seen him in forty or fifty years. Still going strong, recently retired, currently the choir master for the Vienna Community Church. Previously he spent 12 years teaching music at Webster College in Vienna, a very prominent ...
... we did find a little walking bath next to a stream and walked along that. We stopped for beers and used the internet before taking the train to the airport. We are once again flying Lufthansa Airlines, and were given a seat right away when we checked in. (Awesome news for standby fliers!) I found it really weird that to get all the way from Chicago to Munich it only cost about $100, but to get from Munich to Vienna ...
... a trip through the history of Austrian music. The performance included a mixture of music from the Sound of Music (of course) to the most popular compositions of Vienna's favourite and most famed composers - Mozart, Strauss and Haydn. This exclusive event was held in the great formal concert rooms of the Arsenal situated within the Military Museum of Vienna. A fitting end to our stay in the City of Vienna.
Tomorrow we sail to Melk.
... or as Brian calls it, butterfly hell). It was about 28 degrees Celsius outside and about 39 degrees Celsius with high humidity inside. Even Christine, who loves the heat, was dripping sweat and running for the door after about 15 mins. Brian bailed after about 2 mins. There were not enough butterflies to justify either the cost or the discomfort. Oh well. From there, we headed across the ring road to the Natural History museum to take pictures of rocks and meteorites for ...
... something, smoking, prancing waiter made sense. The fact that, while trying to explain in broken German that my fellow intern was in the toilet and I would until she came back to order, I used a word that could mean either “friend” or “girlfriend” and the waiter didn’t bat an eye made sense. Apparently the café is well-known – and I quote – as “an established gay haunt”. Ha. But you know what? That’s cool. ...