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... I had absolutely no idea who/what Sisi was or how he/she/it was related to the Habsburg family, but lucky for me our tour guide showed us through the exhibits.
It all started when the young-ish Emporer Franz-Joseph of the Austria came to meet his would be wife, some royal of Hungary. When he did, he fell in love with her sister Elizabeth, known as Sisi since childhood, and he chose her instead. The Hungarians rolled with the insult, and ...
... Will the cool kids pick on me and call me names like Pudgey?? Lol. The lads were already half charged and happy to meet there new contiki buddies. All went well, a few more beers and off to bed. Looking forward to our first leg tomorrow to Krakow Poland. ByrneyMacks Vienna Wrap Vienna my first real taste of what I thought a winter European city would look like. I had an easy transfer via plane and train. A great hostel close to the main city. We could walk ...
... upstairs, vowing to place a curse on anyone who dared to use it before I could run back down with my pile of clothing. I was saved from actually having to perform black magic when I got back downstairs; no one had had the audacity to steal the machine from me. I finally did laundry and was very, very happy.
It's pretty sad when my entire mood can be changed by my control over a white box that slooshes my clothes around in soap, but there it is.
... the images that filled my mind as we pulled into the station in Vienna. Though not as well versed on the Habsburg empire as I perhaps should be, I still have that widely found girlish longing for the bygone age of balls and operas, and that was enough to have me excited for Vienna. Day One Hostel Ruthensteiner was located conveniently close to the train and metro station, though not the city center. A three day transport card fixed that problem though and I enjoyed the busy ...
... for making the lead violinist stand up for performances?
Heinz mentioned a story about the discovery of coffee in Austria and the commentator also re-told it: essentially when the Austrians repelled a Turkish attack, they went further to drive the aggressors out for good – sent the Turks running and discovered bag/s of coffee beans in the muddle left behind. Seems the Austrians then experimented, added sugar and made a very pleasant drink – the beginning of ...