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... we wandered about for a while until we happened upon a pizza joint. We had some italian style pizza at a restaurant owned by a family from Kosovo. It was quite good, but honestly on the walk back to our hotel we talked about how much we missed New York style pizza. It is way more complex and greasy and carb loaded. The next morning JD and I decided not to buy the breakfast buffet at our hotel, considering we would have been dining in ...
... 8216;our legacy’, but I just feel like modern buildings aren’t as special and intricate as classic ones.
Photography wasn’t allowed in the Belvedere, so my time was spent playing hide and seek with the guards who would tell me off. They’d walk into the next room…CLICK…they’d come back in…I’d already be in the next room…sneaky!
Some of the Klimt artwork was very colourful, decorative ...
... spelling?) sitting next to me. His name is Yukon. Hehe, what a fuzzball.
Taking my syrup every hour. Have no idea what dose to take. Been in transit for 12 hours. Makes me think of the TMBG song "it's just a full days drive away....we could walk but we'd never get there...hey NyQuil driver, it's NyQuil driving time" ...
... main staircase, and each room has a kitchenette, closet, and room key. Every lock locks and unlocks differently. Some lock by turning two times to the left, once to the right, a half turn either way. I'm starting to keep track.
The dorm rooms have two beds, two desks, two closets, and one private bathroom with a shower attached to the room. There are three large windows that allow for a lot of ventilation and a beautiful view of the courtyard, other apartments and even ...
A beautiful feature in Vienna is that there are stunning archways everywhere and they lead you from one beautiful and fascinating Platz to the next, and the mystery continues to unfold and entice.
We strolled down Graben in the Stephansdom District. This is a pedestrian walk that was once the town moat (Graben means ditch) and is now one of the city's finest boulevards where all the buildings date ...