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... views. The castle itself not so good inside the displays they had were quite boring and nothing special, but the views made up for it. Once we walked down the hill again we treated our selfs to our first ice cream of the trip!!! It was beautiful I had vanilla bourbon and chocolate chip it tasted so good and only cost 2 euros which made it all the better!! After Salzburg a nice train journey to Vienna to get to our hostel for some rest. The hostels a wee bit hot but it'll ...
... br> At this point, it was still less than a month ago that Mattijs and I had left New Zealand and my job, house and friends on the other side of the world already felt like a lifetime ago. Like I’d predicted before leaving, I had known that once I returned to Europe, the life I’d had in NZ would seem like a dream.
Talking of dreams, as Mattijs and I were sitting having coffee, we suddenly noticed a police motorbike providing ...
... in Durnstein if time permitted and then take the local bus to Krems and a later train back to Vienna Most of the castles and forts along the route are merely ruins. Schonbuhel Castle was one of the more picturesque and also the village of Durnstein WEINER SCHNITZEL Back in Vienna we decided it was time for a real Viennese meal. We chose Figlmuller as it had been recommended and we had seen it on our travels and thought it had looked inviting. It is a happening place and ...
... in 1889. Every room exuded opulence from an era that has past....paintings and ornate ceilings as far as the eye could see! Apparently prior to WW1 the Austrian navy roamed the world in search of new specimens to collect for the emperor Franz Stephan to add to his expanding collection. Out the front of the museum was another Christmas markets where we had a very Viennese lunch of schnitzel and wedges with a large flat bread that was deep fried....I will have to get back to running when ...
... cool people. That's pretty much my only criteria. Speaking Spanish is also a huge bonus, in part because I love to speak it, but also because I feel that you experience a culture in a much fuller way when you understand the details of everyday life.
So, that being said, I think the rest of my trip is just about outlined... Drum roll please.
I will be in Innsbruck until Sunday, the 24th. From there I will take ...