Hotel-Restaurant Sifkovitz

Am Seekanal 8, Rust, Burgenland, Austria | Hotel
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Day 38

A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn

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... for a bit and somehow always education. After while I decided we really had to get going. I didn't want to be late for Monica's. We had to take 1A in which we had to walk across town to catch. We waved to a Michigan fan from a canal boat tour. We took some fabulous selfies while waiting for the bus. There are two 1As and I quickly learned the difference as we were on a bus and it just shut off. Everyone cleared and I asked the bus driver if it was last stop. We ...

Day 23 and 24

A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn

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... in her twin bed lol. I didn't sleep well though because I kept waking up worrying about directions for the next day. We did end up succeeding in making it to school with a little help from girls from her kolligieum. I felt so stupid because we were so close to the stop so many times. Oh well. I was early for class so I was able to sit down and call Tadd before he went to sleep. Time difference is problematic sometimes. But I ate my croissant and ...

Sometimes $50 is worth the experience

A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn

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... to come and attack the castle, as well as battle grounds. Cannons surrounded the castle for protection. Parts of the castle were built in a series, but in the 1600s the castle caught on fire, and then was rebuilt. In the late 1800s, the United States put pressure on Denmark to end their sound dues, so they agreed but received compensation from the rest of the world to make up from it. Funny thing is that Brazil never paid until 2003 and finally settled their debt. Once we ...

Getting There

A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn

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... airport counter, my mom took my credit card out of my hand and rang it for me. The second bag seemed like a brilliant choice until I had three bags to carry throughout the Copenhagen airport. As my taxi drivers Tadd and Kali waived their farewells (literally Tadd had Kali wave her paw) and my mom hugging me goodbye at the security gate, I knew once I had parted I was on my own. This was a weird feeling because I have never been a traveler by myself---abroad at ...

The Silent Killer

A travel blog entry by trig

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... experiencing the local way of living, at night anyway. One of the bars we were at were showing a computer gaming world championship thing on the T.V. Imagine a room full of Leonards and Sheldons and you will get the picture!

We did get some sightseeing. We had heard a lot about a mermaid that frequents the shores of Copenhagen and so we made the effort to walk across town and meet her. It was truly uninteresting, worth a visit as always even if it's just ...

 

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