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... We lost a few people yesterday so naturally new people were joining us tonight. So we waited in the Bar for Jah to finish there Contiki orientation. They eventually came out and the few of us that were in the bar introduced ourselves. We have picked up more Australians (Much to my dismay) a couple of Asian’s coming from a working holiday in Australia and some south African’s (the white kind) and another couple from America. After that I retired to my room for a big sleep. ...
We climbed off the bus in Vienna and began to follow instructions to the hostel. "take the metro..." I would say Vienna is probably the most "western" city I've been to, more in terms of it's development than it's location (although both are probably true). However, our first impressions of it's metro system were not good. No ticket office open, only one machine working, and a que with 20+ people. 25 minutes later and we had our ticket. Before we knew it we were off ...
... around Europe is not exactly cheap. We clocked about 30km today…at least, but we were able to just cruise along side the Donau canal. Well that's a lie, I wish I could have you visualize Dan and I just taking a nice bike 'cruise' alongside a canal with trees and birds singing in the background. In reality, it's a lot less pretty than that. Dan is seriously like a kid ...
... were no side chapels. At the far end of the church, there was the altar and a huge mosaic. The mosaic was enormous and most was made of gold. Under the main altar was the body and chains of Saint Paul. They had envelopes to give a donation and have mass said for an intention there at the basilica. I had one said for my friends and family (with the Danovich, Navarrete, and Oania families in particular). Hopefully you all felt some prayers your way!
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... So am I." As it turned out, every single woman at the table is a travel agent. This led to a half hour of attempting to figure out how many other people on the cruise might also be "undercover travel agents." So far, we think the secret is still safe.
This morning, we started out with a wonderful tour called "Hidden Vienna." After a trip around the Ring Street, the grand boulevard that replaced the city walls in the 1850s, we were dropped off ...