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... peacock won the rights to sit on the bench and the crow backed down in shame. It was riveting to watch. We also saw an all-white peacock, something neither of us had ever seen.
We walked nearly 30 k in our two days here and made sure to walk up and down all the pretty streets. Austria is the most expensive country we have visited this far, so we were reduced to eating soggy supermarket sandwiches 3 meals a day. Luckily, ...
... and coffehouses have a timeless appeal and the Steiner Tor, the only remnant of the old city wall is one of highlights of the city. The "Art Mile of Krems" extends from the historic town center to the medieval village center of Stein, highlighting museums, concert venues and restaurants along the way. While we rested, Orrean and Barb walked into town and were surprised to see all the industry as well. They reported that it was a much bigger and busier town than ...
... the deep wide ocean. We are going to swim with the fishes and the dolphin in the ocean. We are going to the zoo,the beach and the bridge of greatness_the Sydney Bridge.
... varieties and took a tram ride. It has been a lovely afternoon. We didn't get to see everything but there is always next time.. So far I have been very impressed with Austria. It is a beautiful place to drive through and see, even on the motorway which are very good to drive on and the tunnels they have built are impressive.Some being at least 2km long if not more. It is clean and very well kept. And, just like what my Dad said on one of his visits to New Zealand "I can't ...
... 100m would be considered short, and on a straight road, you can see the exit as you enter, but the longest are measured in kilometres and most notable are marked on the map and have names. There is no point of reference inside the longer tunnels, and it’s difficult to determine whether you are travelling up or downhill. My personal best of 5.5km was a short lived record, as on the return journey it was smashed, but more about that later.