Suite'Hotel am Kahlenberg
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... on the list, also again other places that weren't on the list. One place we visited was some ancient ruins from the Romans, the only problem with this, was it was all covered in snow, and we couldn't really see it. Photos attached. Finally after a few hours walking in temperatures below -3 degrees, we finished our itinerary, and were back to our hotel. It was about a 15min walk back, and by this stage, it feels like our faces are going to freeze off our heads. We ...
... our cruise, he asked if I could make him a white linen blazer. I used what I believe is my first Burda (a European company) pattern for this, buying it as an internet download we printed off our computer printer. The directions were precise, but spare. No pictures. It was a challenge to my sewing experience, but in the end turned out pretty well. He is determined that he will not wear grass green, red, gold, orange or sky blue slacks, regardless of how often ...
"Sometimes your only available transportation is a leap of faith" - Margaret Shepard
We arrived in Austria at about 4 that afternoon so after checking in immediately set about exploring. Vienna is the most expensive place we'd visited so far so we'd only booked 2 nights so we had a lot to fit in! After wondering for a while we saw the Museum of Natural History and the Museum of Art. We also found the Museum Quatier which features a lot of ...
... Graben Street, which is commonly called the “Golden Mile” as all the posh shops are down there (including Versace, Chanel, etc). Seeing all the amazing handbags and shoes made me feel a bit depressed about my backpackers budget haha. The next stop was City Hall, which was an incredibly impressive building, but was set up for the 2014 film festival and so had a giant tv screen set up in front of it. Why is it there is always one awesome building that I ...
... for Popes if the Vatican was ever attacked. Today it offers some great views of Rome and a museum with military artifacts. It was really cool to see the Vatican just down the street. After visiting Castel San Angelo, I visited the sister convent of the nuns I stayed with in Barcelona. Again, I was able to practice my Spanish and told them about my time spent with the nuns in Barcelona and my time in Rome. They were so hospitable—just like the nuns in Barcelona. These ...