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... It is famous almost solely for imprisoning Ric*************heart within the castle for a period of six months until his minstrel, wandering from town to town singing, found him by singing a somg in the streets and hearing Richard answer.
On our next stop we heard about a much more recent scandal, and the reason 80% of Austrian is not exported. Austria was once known for ice wine and dominated the international ice wine market ...
... no matter how charming they are.
On the other hand, you can find yourself meeting people during a short train ride…
… (sorry, my deeply philosophical contemplation was interrupted by a massive – 0.5 cm across - spider for a while. I am back though, still proud that I reminded myself that
those creatures, surprisingly, are good luck carriers, thus, not to be disposed) ...
... for our future endeavors of teaching. My teacher (as well as the entire grade 2 team) we so helpful and wanted to make sure that I was receiving the best experience possible here. One of our jobs here was to write an entire lesson plan and implement it with the children completely on our own. The first day I was simply in awe of these 7 and 8 year old children and the fact that they would sit and concentrate ...
Had a good sleep in this morning, did some laundry too. Enjoyed a nice breakfast at the markets. Breakfast's are a lot more 'light on' here, as Alex put it. Less of the bacon and sausage, more of the olives and feta! But still enjoyable all the same. With full bellies we walked into town and explored the Hofburg Palace. There were 2 museums inside, one was called Silberkammer, the other was the Sisi museum. Silberkammer had all the various plates, cutlery and dinner ...
... the stables, fountains and orangery. Our final destination for the day was the gothic-style Stephensdom church. We stopped to take a few pictures and were really impressed by how the interior features were so dramatic. They too were very gothic and very old with colourful but not too over-the-top stained glass windows. We decided that we still had a little energy left, so we headed towards our final FINAL destination, the Donauinsel island which is surrounded ...