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Today we took the subway out of the city to Schonbrunn Palace and did the grand tour of forty rooms. We had a "moment" in the parlor where Mozart performed for the royalty when he was six, and we explored the rest of the summer palace. We then caught the end of noon mass at St Stephen's cathedral and toured the inside nave and ...
... my school and the school accommodation were located. The entire city was supremely clean, I couldn't find rubbish anywhere! Apparently Austrians took waste management very seriously that each household had several bins to sort through their rubbish.
The city was, without a shadow of doubt, full of culture. It didn't take long to walk before you were faced with a historical building or a concert hall or a college or a ...
... a bit confused I'm sure trying to find the numbers on the buildings, suddenly we heard a woman from the other side of the street with her head out her apartment window a few floors up yelling at us, "hello.....Marko?" We walked towards her building and made our way upstairs. When we arrived, she welcomed us in and began speaking about a mile a minute - in Serbian! The three of us were doing our best to communicate, but certainly having our challenges. We ...
... set of psychological theories)
-His lifeline was from May 6, 1856- September 23, 1939
-Was a qualified doctor of medicine at the University of Vienna
-breaded and deep fried
-natural dish of Austria
-Founded in the end of the 19th century, in a cookbook from ...
... to be a bit agitated, and said: well, you know, today is Placido Domingo, one of the world’s three tenors, and you can get standing tickets if you stand in line long enough! I’d recommend waiting in line 3 hours before!!!
I had absolutely no clue who Placido Domingo was, but the other Jeremy knew and was quite a fan of him somehow, so we decided to expedite our mini self-guided tour of Vienna and come back in time to wait in line. We decided we could wait 2 hours ...