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... served with different mustards; and beer of course.
Why is it named the Blue Danube? Many theories exist; but the main one is that Johann Strauss, who wrote the music, was using blue as in a mood rather than a color.
The Danube flows through 10 countries and 4 capitol cities.
It truly is beautiful!!
... Columbia Exposition in Chicago was Tesla's big demo of AC and it's what ran all the lights and exhibits there. That sealed the deal on Edison's DC.
Tesla was an Ethnic Serb born and schooled in what is now Croatia, who later moved to the US to work for Edison. But both Croatia and Serbia claim him as their own.
It was so cold outside we hardly watched the NY Eve parties in the streets. There were several stages with free ...
... took it easy and surfaced in the early evening to explore the old town and also St. Sava. It is the largest Orthodox church in the world. The pedestrian streets in the old town were atmospheric and we enjoyed exploring.
That night we went on a pub crawl that met in the main square at 9pm, and no we are not too old to go on pub crawls. We had a great time exploring all the different types of bars in Belgrade, which won the best place to party in Europe award in 2013. We ...
It's one of the most thrilling things possible - racing through the mountains at breakneck speed rally-style, practically drifting through blind curves, in the ultimate white knuckle ride. But you normally expect to do that on a closed course - it's not supposed to happen in a huge 12-passenger van through the mountain roads of Bosnia and Serbia!!! Opting for comfort over conventional public transport, we decided not to go from Sarajevo to Belgrade today by train or ...
I had a lovely birthday, thanks for all of the wishes. Woke
in Linz, took the train to Vienna, sadly had to sell our bikes, but had the
afternoon with Shan and went out for dinner at an Irish Pub!
On Sunday we entered a parallel universe called Eastern
Europe. The train from Vienna was fantastic, brand new, grey leather seats with
red details, electronic ...