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... maze really was. We spent nearly three hours touring the castle and its surrounding property.
We headed back to the subway for a 30 minute ride (one line change) to the Vienna beer festival. Since it was early, about 2:00pm, there was really only one tent/pavilion of three in full swing. We decided to go in and get a bite a beer and listen to some festival music played by Dorf Stumer. Jerry got a liter glass ...
... Prague was amazing as always. My friends there are just people that I will keep in touch with for a lifetime. Some of the most incredible open and welcoming people I have ever met. They have taught me that people will love exactly who I am and that I do not need to change for anyone. I can't wait till their next adventures so I can go visit them all over the world. Most are from Canada so I will be heading up that way pretty soon. Since I got to spend a good amount of time ...
... Vienna around 6.00pm and our local guide, Walter, jumped on to the bus to lead our driving/walking tour of the city. He was really great. He was an older Viennese and his take on the city and its’ history was slightly cynical and cut through the ********. He didn’t shy away from talking about gay princes or Nazi occupation – he was cool. We saw all of the main palaces/opera houses/government ...
... we bought some fruit/nut mix for walking. Investigated one square that was built hard into the escarpment. Had some steps that went up one side, so up we went to where we got a good view over the town. Continued up and up and along the hillside till we got to the Hohensalzburg fortress built on top of the mountain. This towers over the town and gives brilliant views in all directions over the town and surrounding countryside to the mountains in the background. On ...
To work off lunch we hiked to the highest point in town, the Bratislava Castle. From here we had a pretty nice view of the city and its surrounds. Time for a group shot.
After a handful of days with Kat and Antoine it was time to say farewell again. We agreed ...