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... we managed to make it to the Markets and have a look around. Nobody knew what they wanted for lunch so we bought this dodgy Turkish meat thingy (which was dodgy) and a schnitzel and chips. Not the best lunch we've had but Brigitte and I liked it.
After that we wandered about and saw the Opera House, Albertina, the Palace with the Spanish horses. We kept walking and finally found the No. 1 tram and took it the end of the line at the Prater - a large public park. ...
... to make some lunch to take with us to the local park. I feel I should mention the 'kitchen' at this hostel. To be fair we knew when booking that this hostel didn't have a full kitchen but that it did have a full fridge, freezer, kettle and microwave but being on such a tight budget we didn't care and planned our meals accordingly. However despite a good amount of plates and bowls and mugs and cups the only thing it had in the form of cutlery was a spoon. ...
... this time I swear it isn't the same. London wined and dined me, and I really do want to go back and visit, but Vienna is a deeper love. A part of me really believes I belong here, so much that I have looked into teaching jobs. Numerous surveys place Vienna at the top of the best places in the world to live. It has everything I want as a resident, good coffee, low crime ...
... and very friendly. Fundamental to every dish was the unique flavour of each carefully selected ingredient making each dish both delightful and memorable. Other highlights were the bread and cheese trollies being wheeled around; I would challenge anyone to nominate a type of bread or cheese that was not represented on either trolley It was refreshing to be served dishes which excited and intrigued in wonderful surroundings and I urge you to try and visit if ever in ...
Welcome, follower. First an apology. Regular readers will note that this update is out of order. That is because we fall behind and then try and keep you appraised of where we are currently. Currently, or at least as I write, we are in Rome (or Roma, as the Italians seem to misspell it). But we are not concerned, in this entry, with Rome, but rather the mystery of how, or if, we left Prague. The astute amongst you will have worked out, from the title of the entry, that we took a train ...