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... see white, snow covering as far as the eyes could see. So goodbye Switzerland, thank you for the snow you bought us. Now we are off to Vienna and flying into more snow. Weather from this morning attached. Lucky we were flying out today, as the cold weather was hitting Zurich tonight, weather attached. On the short 1 hour flight, I was able to catch up a lil on the blog, and start watching a movie. Then it was touch down in Vienna, Austria. As we descend from ...
... the city center? Or can I find them in the small five and dime junk stores? And no, they're not at IKEA. It is a perpetual scavenger hunt.
My other job is to plan travel. Where to go? How to get there? When? Can we fit it in between Tim's other travel? Arrange the dog-sitter, etc.
Speaking of the dog, she has had more opportunity than I to reap the benefits of Austrian Health Care. Her "primary care" vet is a charming, young ...
... next to us arrived and started setting up what appeared to be a 'kids club'. Slack line, juggling equipment, and many other park and circus activities. We watched for a while and it only appeared to be adults around. I resisted the temptation to join in. The next day and we were all set to leave Vienna. We left our bags in the hostel and headed out for a while to look round shops selling clothes we could once afford! As the rain continued to pour, we headed to ...
... we tried were delicious; they ranged from fruity and sweet, to dry and crisp. The only wine I didn’t rate was the red, as the region didn’t have the right climate for growing red grapes. I wish I could have bought some of the white wines to bring home though as they were incredible!
Once we had our fill of wines, we crossed the river to ride through the vineyards on the other side. We even stopped at a little beach area along the river for a swim; phwoah that ...
... one we visited all day—the Church of the Santa Scala (Holy Stair). When St. Helen went to Jerusalem, not only did she bring back THE cross, but she also brought back the steps of the palace of Pontius Pilate. These are the same steps that Jesus walked up and down on as he was arrested, questioned, and scourged. Due to historical descriptions describing the type of rare marble used to make Pilate’s steps, most people are fairly certain of their authenticity. There are 28 ...