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... had rights of their own and set up what he called "tree tenets" in the museum. This tree tenets have their own large boxs set into the building where the tree can grow freely. It was a really amazing idea and I loved learning about how he viewed the world.
I bought a dirndl today. A dirndl is the traditional Austrian and German dresses that women have been wearing for hundreds of years. Today people still wear them in the countryside, but ...
It's been a big 3 days. The solemnity brought on by the concentration camp visit was broken that evening by the staging of "Talent Night". Liz served as our Mistress of Ceremonies and introduced a wide variety of talent - several original songs about our trip were performed that were hilarious and insightful. Louise conducted a symphony of bicycle bells, there was a limerick, some haiku, comb-playing and pot-beating and a skit. I ...
... I had the biggest cup of tea in aaaages at our afternoon rest stop =D Sam said that they drink more tea in Austria and Germany than in Italy - thank heavens! She even said some of the hotels on her tour prior to this one had kettles! I got back on the coach before Dean, but when I looked down a moment later, a fluffy little goat had appeared! Very sneaky sneaky... His name is Gustav. We got to our hotel just after 6pm, then were leaving for the waltz concert at 7:30 - but we had ...
... and ending with a steep, 45 minute hike up a moraine of boulders to the Torres del Paine, where the 3 stunning granite towers rise majestically in front of a glacial lake, emerald in colour.
The national park is dominated by the Paine massif which includes the Cuernos del Paine formation of mountains (also known as ‘the horns’ due to the shape of the mountains and their dark browns and grey), the Torres del Paine peak, Glacier Grey and the park’s highest ...
... is nowhere near the "tourist" part of town yet is in easy walk / cab distance from any sight we might want to visit. Originally we thought that the emphasis would be on the easy walk part of that sentence but didn't necessary account for the "we've been lost for hours let's find a cab to take us home" strategy of learning a new city.
We left our hotel (while it was still light) with the ...