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... so "Dulcie" it is!
We phoned ahead to check that we had somewhere to stay and finally rolled into the site in Vienna at about 20.30, and found a site ( " If the office is closed just help yourself to a site that you like and see us in the morning").
Not a bad place, "neat, not gaudy", and quite good facilities.
Today, Friday 4th, we walked the kilometre or so to the station, and caught the train to town to the Opera House steps, and then jumped on ...
... I got that sorted out. I will be staying here in Vienna until Friday, and then getting a bus to Ljubljana. I’m sure I can keep myself busy here for a couple of days. I’ve also met a couple of the guys staying in my dorm. One is a really nice South Korean guy called Jay, the other is an Austrian guy staying in the hostel until his apartment is ready to move into. Both seem like nice guys, so that’s ...
... to the Jewish Museum which presents the very long history of Jewish people in Vienna. Suffice to say that it isn't a very happy history. I am sure I will find the book interesting reading.
We returned home via Maria Theresa's statue (Holy Roman Empress until 1780). We had photographed her on our first rainy day in Vienna, but it was nice to get a shot of her, and her entourage on a more pleasant day - she really is quite the ...
... said no so I made my plans to move onto Vienna. The next morning however did not play out as anyone would have liked it to. I was woken up by a text message from my Mum. It was not good. My dear amazing and beloved Grandad's health had taken a very steep nose dive and he wasn't expected to last the day. Thank god for wifi and apps like viber and I was able to say a choked last goodbye. After consulting with my family I did continue with my day as planned and got ...
... for lunch. Had good food at Cafe Mozart, just the opposite
block to the Opera house. And had an excellent dessert by the name of
Kardinal Schnitte and chandini had Goulash - which is an
Austrian-Hungarian traditional dish. Its a thick stew of meat and
potatoes. Then we went for the Opera - Lohengrin by Richard Wagner - a
its about 4.5hrs with 2 breaks of 20mins each. Its a well narrates
story. The subtitles ...