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... with a trickling pond filter and an indoor fish feeder that I hadn't managed to set up yet. Poor Kara. I sat down on a stool to work on my bills and felt a sharp pain - I had sat on a bee and it stung me, so on my last day of packing, I had to contend with that as well.
I was planning on taking the train to NYC and then the LIRR and airport shuttle, but the mid-morning train was over $10 more than the early am one, ...
... We then attempted to get our bikes on the train and I accidentally dropped mine and broke the entire back bucket off (whoops) it was completely shattered. After a little delay we finally got the bikes on and made our way to Salzburg.
We arrived just before midnight, made our way to the hostel and passed out. A crazy adventurous day and so spontaneous! But I am glad we had our little stop over in Villach. It's a really beautiful town and we made some friends ...
So we headed on to Wagrain, a bike park we had been recommended in the Austrian Alps. They have some great downhill runs here made by the same guys who designed the Whistler runs so pretty damn good. We spent two great days riding here and staying for free in the car-park of the local bike shop, mountain bikers are friendly folk. I was yet again the only girl on the slopes......
As it is coming towards the end of the season (already!!) some days the lift was shut so we did ...
... wanted to taste the drink. I nodded, and he served me a rather hefty shot of it. It was really, really delicious, and I shared sips of it with my friends, who agreed.
Back at the bar, we asked how much a bottle of the schnapps would be, but it turned out to be quite expensive. When the drink was done, I thanked the waiter and asked how much I needed to give him for the drink, but he replied with "It was a gift." :)
We had one ...
... back to the hotel and meeting Prof. Daub, Carolin, and our tour guide. We were then given an exhausting but immensely informative tour of the city's architecture. We ended up near the Nachtmarkt, so Cat, Clarisse, Andrew, Angela, Naomi and I decided to explore it before dinner. We expected it to be some sort of flea market, but it was actually block after block of different ethnic foods and goods. We passed stalls of dried fruit, baklava, meats, fish, ...
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