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We're officially spoiled with our hotel's air conditioning. In Northern Europe, it's usually not such a big thing to have a room that isn't air-conditioned in Europe, with temps that don't usually get past 80F. But with temps approaching the 100s and rooms that are never, ever on the first floor, it's nice to get some relief, especially when we're sleeping.
Cheryl has been so hot and sweaty on this trip that she told Mark that next year we ...
... fun and celebrating. There was a bonfire and straw witches and it was a lot of fun!
On Friday, ISA took us on our second overnight trip of the semester to Vienna. It was great to know that I didn't have to book anything or worry about a schedule, plus we got to stay in another nice hotel with an amazing breakfast! After the 5 hour bus ride to Vienna, we got a tour of the city, where I learned information that I can no longer remember. I have been to so many countries ...
... the reaction and really enjoyed watching the horses. The Lipizzan horses are born as black horses, but as they age they become the bright white colour. Of the horses I saw practice there were a number that were changing from black to white, so they were quite cool, and the whit horses were just gorgeous. Watching the horses move around there were a few that looked like they were misbehaving, but by watching closely you could see the control that the riders ...
We set our expectations low for Vienna and mostly they were met.
Martel's Maxim No1
Any footpath you are about to use will immediately be blocked by fat american tourists as you set foot on it.
Martel's Maxim No2
Said american tourists will be amazed/offended you actually want them to get the **** out of the way.
Out apartment was 220 euro a night and was the cheapest we could ...
... bit of drama with Sarah and a couple of creepy Turkish stalkers. We also had Scott the Aussie bloke always taking the ****, Nick the Canadian paramedic, and finally a local stranger we named Arnold. My main group consisted of Scott, the good Canadians, an American couple, and the great Augustus (when he wasn’t disappearing). Of course in a hostel people are always coming and going but we managed to stick together for most of the time we were all there.