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Travel Blogs from Vienna
... hostel' signs and arrows that weren't hidden behind trees made it easy as well as quick. Within the first few minutes we were in Vienna it was also hugely more enjoyable than Salzburg, it was warmer and the sun had come out to welcome us.
However, it didn't take long before Vienna started to blow on our parade. As we left the hostel and headed to Palace Schönbrunn, a very cold wind picked up getting stronger so that by the time we left the inside of the palace ...
There is a spirit living inside of me, and its name is "music". It allows people to express their emotion through the notes and lyrics. I fell in love with classical music when I first heard Yiannis Chryssomallis's music. Classical instruments and modern ones mingle in one piece of music, making a new music form. In Vienna, the City of Music, I could explore more of this art. There, I would attend the Music Festival, ...
... languages, religions, and diversities in this one building. They begin at Pre-K and so all the way up to 12th grade with around 1,400 students. The staff and administration were amazing so open to ensuring that we felt a part of their faculty for our time spent there. We were included in professional development opportunities, planning meetings, tours of the school, and many other great opportunities to ...
We've been living in Sweden for over two months, and while it's a great (but expensive) place, there's definitely a little homesickness setting in. Not for the US, mind you--that's always there. This is a more surprising form of yearning. Yes, we miss Austria.
Not ALL of Austria, mind you, but enough to make a return trip to Vienna for Jaclyn's EnvEuro conference extremely enticing (and not just because we wanted to buy beer for less than ...
... br> In the afternoon we took part in our favourite activity... getting lost. We did a great job of it this time as the ship and the river was a metro ride away from the city centre. At the end of the day we had fallen completely in love with Vienna and put at least 20 kilometres worth of wear on our shoes.
We began the day with a visit to St. Stephan's Cathedral in the main square. So many of these intricately carved buildings are made of limestone ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed