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... Google free walking tours of Vienna. We find a website that gives a run down of about 20 places to visit, that you can walk to, that were close to the hotel. From this list, we pick out the places that interest us, then made our walking itinerary on Colleen's iPhone using Google maps. We are all sorted and leave the hotel around 3.30pm. We step out into -3 degrees. So it isn't long until our bodies start to feel cold, mainly in the legs. Even before we hit our first ...
... to say, a little bittersweet.
On Friday I had class until 230, our train didn’t leave until 6. Silly me believed that I had enough time to shower, pack, clean my room, and make egg salad before I had to leave for the train station. Let’s just say that when I got back on Sunday, my room was just as “clean” as when I
left it but I did have an egg salad sandwich for the train ride. After ...
... in season. (But not, I found out recently, Italian Sausage. Not to be found in Viennese grocery stores, but it was at the Commissary.)
We went to Schonbrunn Palace on a beautiful fall day two weeks ago. We bought the "Gold Pass", so will be able to visit as much as we want for the next year. It'll pay for itself after the next visit. The palace and grounds are spectacular and the zoo was really very nice. I'll post some ...
... could still see a fair way out.
We had to hurry back down to the underground so we could get back to do the tour of the Summer and Winter Riding School. It was definitely worth doing after the disappointment in the morning. We were told the history if the stallions who were brought from Spain and have been bred in Austria ever since. They had to be rescued during WW2 and moved to a safer area. We got to meet the stallions in the stables - they are huge. Our ...
... I like this!" then the step back and second look "What is this and why do I like this?" followed by the realization of what it means to you (or not) and the excitement of discovering something made by someone else that speaks so deeply to you that you can imagine it on your wall, on your shelf, on your body, for you to continue to love everyday. We awkwardly, but enthusiastically communicated back and forth with the ...