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... I reckon we wouldn't recognise some of the places we have been to or seen.
On New Year's Eve, after a day of exploring, we sat in our hotel cafe, enjoyed pizza and Austrian wine while waiting for midnight. Mum, Dan and I made the most epic snowman before tea! It was almost as tall as Dan.
In Austria it is legal for the public to buy and set off fireworks. All night people were letting off ones here and there. The were very loud and very close. ...
... meditation in Covent Garden
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I've volunteered to help at the London Comedy Film Festival in January. I am very excited about this opportunity, more excited then I've been in a while. And I'm going to keep my eyes open for a few more of these opportunities! Who knows what I might get to be a part of in 2015. One can only jump forward and take a leap of faith :)
... were narrow streets filled with touristy shops and restaurants. We got some amazing hot chocolate from a chocolatiers there which was caramel flavour, yum! There were things referencing Mozart everywhere, not sure why but if you ever want a miniature violin this is the place to get one. We wandered around and bought a few things and had some more hot chocolate. There were lots of old, huge buildings around and there was a castle right above the town too called the ...
... the nucleus of our noontime break. We found another little restaurant frequented predominantly by locals and guess what...we had schnitzels once more. And for dessert...climb aboard the tramway and up to the Hohensalzburg Fortress above the town for another Mozart performance!
Today it was climb on the bus for a ride out in the country to Schloss Hellbrun, built by a local archbishop a few hundred years ago and featuring "trick" ...
... the program) decided to head back early to try and defeat jet lag. We explored the city the best way possible: by getting lost! We wandered around the town for a half an hour, barely missing the Marketenderschl÷▀l. But as an Optimistin (optimist), I like to focus on the positives. Learning the lay of the land was the positive that I gleaned from this experience.
The second day was chock full of "get to know each other" activities. We have a pretty ...