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Caught a train to Frequency Festival and after a lot of searching found a spot to setup the tent. After this we went for a walk and watched two acts ... We then went to the tent, had a drink and went back to the stages. First we saw Killerpilze, a German band, and then Archive. ...
... grew up in a village in Upper Austria, and has 4 or 5 older brothers. One is a millionaire, and another lived in a cave in Greece for a year and had to dig his own well to get water and everything. Karin has a daughter, Linda, who is 17 or 18 and a partner, Claus, and they live in Vienna on the Danube Island. Karin has great stories and always makes class and free time entertaining. Karin got distracted on our trip, and we got lost in the woods ...
... the rest on the grass fields. Next, we carried on with our tour and we saw palaces, museums, statutes. The architecture in Vienna was definitely one of a kind and absolutely beautiful. We also saw Sig Freud's house. We walked along the canal and ended up grabbing gelato at a world famous store! It was delicious :) Next, we decided to see the famous State Opera house. It was nice and although we didn't get to ...
... here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1GC6yXZ 4e4), and I'm saying I'm available?! I most certainly am not. So gross. I guess it is only a city thing and even people from the countryside make the same mistake when they come here too. That would explain the old man I let get his cart first at the grocery store trying to make out with me then. Barf. I'm trying not to be friendly or polite, but its really hard. I guess its every man for himself here. Ay yi ...
... disappeared, we are still not sure where he went or why he was staying in the hostel but he seems harmless all the rest. -Whitney May 28, 2013 Day two in Vienna proved more productive. Right across the street from our hostel the Wombat was a market called the Naschmarkt (snack market). In the centre are different types of restaurants and coffee shops, and along the sides are booths and booths of dried fruit, spices, pastries, meats, cheeses, nougat, falafel, and nuts. Every ...
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