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12th August - We woke up at 8:45, packed the car then drove to Leon's house where he showed us around. He has these little pet tortoises which I want to keep because they are sooo cute. We then drove to Linz - the 3rd largest city in Austria, in the centre of Europe, where we walked around the city square and went to a rooftop cafe where we ate apple streudel (a typical Austrian pastry). We did our grocery shopping for the festival at Aldi ...
... Th Mmrs I got on Joeys shoulders and got on camera. After Fall Out Boy we got some food and watched Crystal Castles and Left Boy. We then went and had some drinks while Nero and System of a Down were playing in the background. We went to the nightpark and watched Major Lazer, Dillon Francis and Flosstradamus. Someone stole my camera. I then went back and to ...
Today we visited two small town locations, Durnstein, and Milk, Austria. I will be xharing photos from both locations. This morning we awoke to cooler weather in Durnstein and took a lovely walking tour of this little town. Following this we boarded the ship and took a short trip down the Danube to Meilk where we boarded a bus to the top of the hill to tour Milk Abby. ...
... difference I have noticed during my time so far in Austria, is that they don't have any store equivalents to Big W, Target, or K-mart. It seems so bizzarre to not have a large store like this that stocks basically everything. How do these people survive without $9 toasters from K-mart? On the other hand, they have about 10 supermarkets in the one town, but weirdly none of them have a decent meat section. Austria is big on hams, veal, pork, and knackwurst - we ...
... the money to buy some food for the local homeless dude who hangs out on the street corner near our house, we have affentionately named the Billa dude, after the store we frequently see him stand in front of.
We met a friend we met at the entrance, Lisa and her two boys, to begin our journey. The word tiergarten translates to animal garden, or zoo. But, this was a preserve, so ...