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... the students have so appreciated the "food like we have at home." :-) It is often hard to find the correct ingredients in Vienna, and I've had to improvise quite a lot. I have learned to "Google" substitutions for a lot of ingredients, make my own fake Rotel and Cool Whip, and think of other creative ways of making my recipes work. So far, the students have not complained! In fact you'd be surprised to see how the simplest thing can light up ...
... down, hydrating and slip/slop/slapping back in our suite, we were off again. This time to catch the yellow line bus from outside the opera house that would take us to the Schonbrunn Palace - the summer palace of the imperial family. What a dominating facade we were greeted by. This place is huge! We walked through the gardens around the back of the palace. If we through that the front of the building was impressive, around the back is where all the action is. The ...
... very rewarding 345 km journey. We checked in, cleaned up and walked to the underground to see the Belvedere Palace and Gustav Klimt paintings. Took the city tram on the ring road circle tour around the wall of the Old Town. We had arranged to meet Bev and Neil at the hotel for 5:00 pm, had a great visit and headed out for dinner with them. Looking forward to some time out of the saddle! 42 ...
Ah Vienna. It's a lot more spread out than the other European cities we have been in lately. I suspect we will see others that are more spread out than it. Our stay in Vienna was all about art. We saw some pretty amazing stuff in a very short space of time.
Our accommodation was neat and (mostly) clean, unfortunately it was very noisy overnight with the windows open, and it was a task to close them as they were high up. It ...
In this part of the world, "Pension" is the term used to describe a bed and breakfast. July saw a lot of Pension activity in our apartment.
The day after Larissa left, we welcomed a friend from my advertising days and her daughter. Freda and Hannah arrived Monday afternoon from Budapest and were with us until they caught the train to Prague Saturday morning. I had a great time catching up with them and getting to know Hannah. I do ...