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I haven't posted in a few days because not that much has happened to write about. On Friday we were going to go skiing but we needed to do some laundry first since places close on weekends. So we headed into Salzburg and found a laundrette which was surprisingly nice and modern. We used the 'wash and dry in one' thing and went for a walk around town while it washed. We found a shopping centre and there was a bridge over the river which had an ...
... across a pub showing the State of Origin
I attended the 99th ANZAC Day service in Gallipoli
and saw many, many plays in the West End
I start with a job, a house and with my family
I'm making some solid goals to give me direction for the year
I'm going to get fit again a) join a gym near my house b) join a tennis club
I want to learn German more
I'm going to participate in ...
... We parked in the town and walked to the lake which was very nice in the sunshine.
At the lake there was a pontoon which was nice to walk out onto, the water was amazingly clear in the lake you could see right to the bottom. There was also a little swimming pool which was part of the lake but with steps down to it - I cant believe people actually swim in there!! It was iced over at the sides which shows how cold it is. Its very refreshing walking in the ...
... Christmas tree.
We watched the ice skating and despite Tess insisting that we do it right there and then, the rest of us voted to do it on Christmas Eve, like we did in NY (apparently it only takes doing something once to make it a tradition!)
We then went into the Dom. We lit a candle and prayed for the siege victims and their families. We knew they were being buried today, and also for some friends who need our prayers at the moment. We ...
... the shower hose.
With our hands red and sore from wringing the clothes dry, Greg sat in front of the machine and held the door closed so that it would spin our clothes dryer than what we ever could. Then from then, there were heaters in every room. The apartment felt like a sauna as we draped the clothes over them and hung them from cupboards and chairs and the clothes horse that we found out on the balcony.
Once showered, the girls snuggled on the ...