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... famous is Cumil, or 'the Watcher,' peeking out from a manhole in the street.
Barbara and I went to a home outside of Brataslava tobe hosted by a local woman and her sister. We enjoyed a delicious bundt cake that was very light and fluffy. We asked many questions about her life and were treated to her candid answers. She is a wife and mother of 3 daughters and one son and grandmother of one grandson. One daughter has the son, one ...
Last night I arrived in Vienna Austria around 10pm. After my flight got in I purchased a train ticket (or 24 hour pass) and the hopped on the CAT with a very nice Belgian couple I met. They were the same age as me and were on holiday for the weekend, so they decided to come to Vienna for a few nights. After they got off the train I met another very nice couple Jaa and Simon who helped me find my way to U4 (the green line) so that I could arrive at Hutteldorf. ...
... me 12. So all in all it was after 1am when I reached the hotel and I would have to be up at 5:30 to be at the airport in time for my flight. le sigh.
However, it is all worth it in the end becuase I am currently hanging out with my dear friend in the town of Beethoven, Strauss, Mozart and the Hapsburgs. Life doesn't get much cooler than that!
Natascha took me around the city today. We walked the ring. The ring is the ...
... and defecating while creating their masterworks but this was nothing compared to the famously licentious Klimt who despite having a long term partner had numerous liaisons with his models and other ladies, and managed to father 14 illegitimate children despite never marrying.
In addition to the Belvedere we also visited the Leopold with its Schiele and Klimt paintings; the Secession which holds Klimt’s Beethoven Frieze; the MAK which has a ...
... for the lads while we puzzled over our menus with Google translate. We hadn't got past schnitzel when a couple of friendly younger chaps came over and asked if we needed help, which we gratefully accepted. Learned about the different schnitzels and accompaniments, and a warning to go for the small size unless we were famished, and then onto the second page with the.... 'how do you say, the head...the inside of the head of the sheep?'... Yep, the brains we eventually worked out. ...