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... find something to eat. I ate a custard croissant and Al stuck with toast. After this we headed straight for the Butterfly house next to Burggarten gardens. After spending 20 mins in the butterfly house and in intense humidity considering the outside heat, we collapsed in the park where the shade was...3 hours later and I am now a darker shade of pale. In Burggarten gardens there was a huge monument of Mozart himself! Found out ...
... came down pretty hard in spells, so I was trying to move from one part of the city to another while the rain calmed down a bit.
The only place I went into today was Saint Stephen's Cathedral. This is the main cathedral of Vienna and it is beautiful inside. There were tons of people in there, probably trying to avoid the rain as well. After about seven hours in the city center I had had enough of the weather so I hopped on a metro and came back to ...
... the next week. She didn't even sleep at our dorm for that first week!
Besides the obvious language barrier, our culture are nothing alike. I
was taught to always say Hi! and acknowledge a person when I walk in the
room with a smile. Whereas when she walks in, it isn't until a minute or
two after she's in the dorm that she acknowledge me when with a flat
"Hallo" and minimum eye contact.
Fortunately at around week two we ...
... to look at.
Once I was ready to move on, I caught the UBahn back to the hotel, and then walked to the nearby Belvedere Castle and its Christmas market, where I stayed for my evening meal - spiralkartoffeln - hot, thin potato chips and some Lebkuchen (gingerbread). It was a particularly misty night and my camera didn’t like it, with most shots not working at all - a pity, because the mist added a wonderful atmosphere to the ...
... Our next stop was the "Seegrotte"
The Hinterbrühl Seegrotte (Lake Grotto) is a large underground lake located in Hinterbrühl. This grotto is an important historic site. It isopen to the public for tours. The grotto is actually an old gypsum mine. By the end of 1800 it was used to make red and white plaster. In 1912 a blast released millions of gallons of water ...