EuroHotel Airport Vienna
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I'm not sure if it's impressive or downright bonkers but Chelsea and I went to bed at 6pm and she gave up trying to fall back asleep around 6am, with me not waking up until 9am, granted there were some periods of time I was definitely awake for but still, I think it's my superpower (I'll survive the end of the world simply by sleeping through it). We got showered (heaven might just be a hot shower when you really REALLY need one) and then got on the road; our destination: ...
... was able to see the Matterhorn for about 2 minutes during a slight lull, but that was all. And due to the weather the ski lifts were closed and were projected to stay that way for the next week or two. As Zermatt was a ski resort town I couldn't afford to stay for long, so I had to move on. At least I saw a lot of St Bernard's. I made plans to meet a friend in the Czech Republic, so I had to start making my way to Prague. I broke ...
... the pharmacy!), bought my yummy lunch and some extras from Billa, the local supermarket. We left our place at about 10. Was pouring, we both got drenched walking from our place to the Main Street. So went to the nearest souvenir shop and bought massive ponchos. Looked daggy but I was determined to see Vienna in the limited time we had, despite the rain. So we were relatively dry, the rain eased off a tiny bit and ...
... travel in Europe, I highly recommend you stop in Vienna for a weekend. The next couple weeks will continue to get more and more intense as we are approaching the final jury of our studio project. Last week we worked on designing the units and the floor plans of each floor of our apartment, and now I'm working on preparing for my mid-review jury which is Monday. I hope everyone back home is doing well. I'll be sure to post again during holy week!
... We lit candles for those in our thoughts and prayer, and then headed for the American Bar at Kartner Durchgang 10, which had been designed by Adolf Loos in 1908. The guide and art history student at Villa Muller in Prague had noted that Loos had designed a number of public buildings in Vienna including the American Bar with the coloured glass mosaic of the US flag on its front. So, we went along to have a look and have a drink. The space is small with an interior ...