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... on to a quaint wee village called Wolfsthal where there was a surprisingly very ornate church with a very plain exterior. Each town seems to have a monument and a church! We carried on to Hainburg...a bigger town with a castle towering over the township and the Vienna gate magnificent as an entrance to the town. Again the houses were simple but still pretty with pastel painted plaster buildings and colorful flower boxes on the windows. ...
... Schoner Naci, an old carpet cleaner who lived in the town and used to dress up in his best suit and go around giving pretty ladies little gifts (schon is the German word for pretty, which is what he used to whisper to the women he offered little gifts to). Another cute statue is Cumil, a workman peeping out of a manhole next to a "Man at work" sign. There's no reason for these signs other than for fun. We continued on to another square which houses the Slovak Philharmonic and ...
... evening Ivan and I were just chit chatting. I found he was quite easy to speak to and was happy to talk about anything. He was unpretentious, which I liked, and very honest and wise. I liked that he didn't push his views and he wasn't overly opinionated. He was happy to listen to other views and to be respectful. I really liked him and thought he was a very sweet and thoughtful host. He's a vegetarian and he also doesn't drink alcohol. He has a curiosity about Islam and ...
... first European snow we experienced!
Whilst walking the empty streets what felt like rain quickly changed into snow, we joys of happiness. Unlike anything we have both experience the small white drops of love, happiness and joy fell from the sky !
However, the day took a quick turn for the worse when Tom became diagnosed with ManColditis, with complaints of a blocked nose, hurting sinuses and a headace we quickly headed home, to rest and recover for a big night ...
With sore hearts we ripped ourselves away from Hilde, Gmunden, fluffy towels and good food, but we had a gig to attend. Glen Hansard is an Irish singer. For those of you who have seen the movie 'Once', he's the main actor and also wrote all the songs for the movie. And so we made our way to Bratislava, just for a concert (makes us sound a bit like groupies, doesn't it?). It was still a good 30 ...