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... Camera Club which was interesting... They had 2 DJ channels playing over the headphones, Hip-hop & Electro and Rock & Alternative. So while I might have been going HAM to Calvin Harris, the person next to me could be grooving out to something entirely different. The best part is probably being able to converse with the person next to you without shouting in their ear, you just take off your headphones. The next night we ...
... on clean clothes and then we headed out to explore Vienna.
First we got a 24 hour travel pass (€7 each) so we wouldn't have to do so much walking. Once we figured out how to work the machine and get our tickets...we then set off on foot... just to get our bearings. We walked one way and then got on a tram, then jumped off and got another tram. I don't think Dad actually knew what he was doing, which was confirmed when Brigitte actually asked him.
... to make some lunch to take with us to the local park. I feel I should mention the 'kitchen' at this hostel. To be fair we knew when booking that this hostel didn't have a full kitchen but that it did have a full fridge, freezer, kettle and microwave but being on such a tight budget we didn't care and planned our meals accordingly. However despite a good amount of plates and bowls and mugs and cups the only thing it had in the form of cutlery was a spoon. ...
... After a 20 minute walk, we got to the Hofburg Palace, which was the residence of the royal Habsburg dynasty. Maria Theresa, who was Empress of Austria, had some ridiculous amount of children, one of whom was the well-known Marie Antoinette, Queen to King Louis XIV of France (pretty sure it was Louis XIV anyway….), who got her head chopped off alongside her husband in the French Revolution. The palace buildings were massive, and more modern looking than some of the ...
... women who have given up their lives in the service of others and do it all with a smile on their face. I am so blessed to have been able to get connected with this group of nuns. This wrapped up my final day in Rome. I was so tired from the past few days I forgot to say goodbye…but I’ll be back soon I hope.
On Monday morning, we had our last day of classes. Both were pretty relaxing and it was starting to hit people that we would be leaving soon. Monday afternoon ...