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... has gone, good thing is Salzburg is only about an hour and a half away so plenty of other trains today. Right now about an hour from Lintz so will out my typing away for now and watch the lovely countryside. We of course arrive Lenz and are well after our connection, so pop on the first available train we see. And settle into first class, our euro pass covers this, well would do had it not been a private train, but money buys all, just 12 euros each sees us all sweet. See you in ...
... down 'juice'. It wasn't particularly pleasant but we ate it anyway.
In the afternoon we decided to go on another 'free' walking tour of the city. I found the one in Berlin a great introduction to the city and helpful as a starting point to figure out what else (if anything) I wanted to see in the city. We grabbed some cheap falafel pitas for lunch on our way to join the tour.
Our tour guide David, was a young ...
... I am staying in (rather cheap) rental apartments in each city. That way I can buy food for breakfasts, do laundry and have more space than the traditional European hotel.
My first destination is Prague. The flight from Vancouver left late, which meant that I didn’t make my connection in Prague. It was a nice flight with a good dinner, drinks and managed to get about 5 hours sleep before being waken for ...
OK..we call the last day our slacker day so that we can revisit, eat more, shop and pack up before training to the next place:) We began with breakfast and the photo of the beans and sausages you see here for breakfast! Yep, it was pork and beanish and hotdogish. We did not actually partake of this feast. We checked the temp after last night's rain and ...
... up four flights of worn stairs to an attic area. The house is home to a family of artists. The attic has a bar, surrounded by their paintings, and a piano in the corner. We drunk wine, ate pastries, and someone played the piano, as we chatted to very friendly Czechs. It’s still legal to smoke inside, so we also got our share of second-hand smoke.