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... the east. Driving was easier today despite the permacloud above us blotting the sky and the miles seemed to evaporate as we thundered along through South East Germany and on towards the Austrian border. We stopped briefly to buy the necessary ten day driving vignette mandated for visitors to drive on Austrian roads then after we passed the frontier and entered our sixth country in four days we stopped so Richard could take over driving. No sooner had we swapped than the rain started ...
... found that if she breathed through a crack in the glass, the polar bear really liked it and tried to eat her breath. I think he liked the smell of her brekky in her belly. It was really big and had huge feet. In a foggy place we went into a dark room with funny lights and saw glow-in-the-dark scorpions and some ghost jellyfish. On the way out I saw a black squirrel climb a tree then I called Cully to see it. When Mum ...
... literally sparkled.
So I walked up the stairs slowly, getting closer and closer to the paintings, and taking lots and lots of pictures. Then finally I got to the very top of the dome where there was a simple painting of a dove.
When we finally made our way back down to the bottom of the church, we looked back up at where we had been and couldn't believe how high it was. Our day had only just begun and we were already shocked and awed.
... if not thousands, of tiny plastic model soldiers. The whole thing was painted in camouflage colours. The design section contained stunning examples of Art Deco furniture made in the 30s. Nearly forgot, in the Lower Belvedere was an exhibition of original costumes from the Ballet Russes which was a real treat. Three were attendants' costumes from The Firebird. The were just on stands in the open. For 100 year old costumes I thought they would have ...
Up until now Edinburgh has been my favourite city. Now I think Vienna trumps! (Though the Scottish Highlands is still my favourite place I have visited). Vienna is a vibrant city with a lot of character. The sky line when in the city is lined with interesting looking buildings. I thoroughly enjoyed wandering through all the side streets just observing the architecture. My first night was a fun one. None of my room mates wanted to ...