Travel Blogs from Podersdorf am See
... some people can do with spray paint! We returned to the restaurant, and Sam fell asleep. Max had to carry him back to the car, and he slept the entire way home. I will be seeing family at least every day until they leave. I am so fortunate and honored to be able to spend some of their last time in the city with them. My heart is so full of love for that family, and I am grateful for the connections they have made for me. I cannot wait to spend more time with them this ...
... platform, with the largest Moai ever transported from the quarry and erected on a platform. The Moai, almost ten metres tall, has toppled and now lies on its face with its topknot next to it.
We finished off the day with a visit to Anakena beach (Playa Anakena) where we saw Moai of Ahu Nau Nau/Nimo Naunau backed by the Pacific Ocean. The platform consists of 7 Moai (not to be confused with the famous Ahu Akivi 7 Moai, the only platform to face the sea), 4 of which have ...
... these are extra. The gardens span
a huge area, and just walking around them, you could easily spend an
afternoon walking around them (especially if you hike up to the
After viewing the inside of the Palace, I decided to head down to the "Court Bakery" - a tourist trap indeed to check it out. 4 euros 90 cents got you a small slice of the apfelstrudel and access to watch the "StrudelShow" and learn the Hasburg family recipe for ...
... huge rockets in the middle of street and it was Prosit Neu Jahr.
Rating out of 10: 8
In a word: Elegant
Something interesting: Silvester is a feast day held on the anniversary of the death of Pope Sylvester I, a saint and pope who oversaw Roman Emperor Constantine I´s conversion to Christianity. Because the feast day coincides with NYE´s, several countries, use a variant of Silvester´s name as the preferred name for the holiday.
... conversation with a lady and found out about the Greek community associated with the church. I seriously doubt if anyone asks the locals where they keep their kangaroos....but a tourist shop had a very funny T Shirt....it had an Australian yellow road sign with a kangaroo on it ....it read No Kangaroos in Austria....well I have heard that some ceremonies play the Austrian National Anthem for Australian winners...near enough...it ...
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