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... being there to share moments with during the tour. I kept turning around to get a photo with him, or to share a joke with him, but he wasn’t there. So I practically jumped on him after not seeing him for 11 hours, I was so happy to see him haha. I would have thought that after over a month of being together almost 24/7, we would have been sick of each other’s company; I was pretty relieved to know that it was the opposite!
Since Chris was half starved, we rushed ...
... This gave us an opportunity to look around the Opera House with only a few people around.
It was interesting watching the crowd arrive dressed in a variety of clothes from shorts though to very well dressed men and women. One gentleman had a white suit, a hair style out of Monte Python or Star Trek and a very sparkling evening bag that any woman would be proud to own!
Our seats were in row 10 and slightly off to ...
... the bus and train the night before and it was to go somewhere else. So with some key phrases and kinda vague directions from my buddy and Ana, I set off to take a bus, then a train, then switch to another train, then get off in either of 2 station and then 'follow the crowd' till you see the school (that I've never seen), all while limping around with my bad ankle, and with no phone or internet. Yeah.
Surprisingly I made it with little trouble, the metro system ...
... but very small. We went into St. Peter's Church. It was beautiful. I'm hoping to figure out how to get my photos transferred to my IPAD, since I do not have the required Apple hardware. St. Peter's Church is one of Vienna's most impressive places of interest. This church is dedicated to the Most Blessed Trinity. We ate lunch at a nearby bar and ...
... 6/18, we had 2 extra nights to spare. No point in going back to Munich; plus, we hadn't seen Schloss Neuschwanstein yet. So we found a nice-looking place in Fussen, a city right on the Germany/Austria border which is the southern end of the Romantic Road, and less than 5 km from Neuschwanstein. The last piece of the puzzle was figuring out how to get there. Trains from Vienna to Fussen were useless; they connected in Munich and took 6+ hours. We ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility