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... salad, main course, and dessert) with Natalia, Milica, and another tenant named Nenad. Full of energy, Natalia gave us instructions like how to use the key, when to open what windows, and what lights to turn on and when. We have no clue how we would communicate without Milica!
At night, we went for a walk with Natalia and Milica. Natalia wanted to show us how to get to the main part of the city. About 10 minutes into the walk, Natalia got on ...
... roads, checked in and worked how to get a train ride into the city it was almost dinner time. One of the places Luke had recommended was Cafe Hawelka. We navigated our way there, found a table and asked for a menu. The waiter looked down his nose at us and said "we are serving cake or sausages". That was it, no other explanation or information was forthcoming. While I was trying to process the idea of a cafe that only served cake or sausages, he turned on his ...
... city. Dad and I went to a Museum and they showed pictures of a monk and kings and queens, then all of the pictures started talking. We went on a pretend time machine, it took us to the time when the Turkish people fought against the Austrians and Polish. Dad and I then had to scoot back to the hotel in the pouring rain.
We are now off to Croatia.
... on that but we'll spare you the details. We headed to the tram out to meet our new friend Leonie from the bus tour, who lives in vienna. She took us to a beautiful park called Heaven which is just out of town and overlooks the city. We enjoyed some time there along with her dog. After that she took is to a local authentic restaurant with an outdoor courtyard where we ate some delicious sausage and mixed meat and potato ...
... a bit of an obsession for me.
We finally found some food we wanted. I bought a baked potato filled with bacon, herbed sour cream and cheese, and also tried some traditional Austrian Spätzle (egg noodle/dumpling) and hot fruit punch.
At the St. Charles's Church above Karlsplatz, there was a massive poster saying something about Jesus being the reason for the season, but they’d chosen to print a large baby face in the middle! It looked ...
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