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The night before when we were checking in, the reception guy had told us that there was a weather wind warning for the next day and that there was going to be really bad rain and possibly even snow! So we woke up expecting the worst and were pleasantly surprised to see hardly any wind and no rain. Yay! It was still only 9 degrees outside so we …
... of the city in a suburban street - truly wonderful and great to see another side of the city As the sun set over Vienna and gave us a gorgeous sunset we took in the city by night exploring the Old Town Square, Cathedral, Town Hall and had dinner at the Christmas markets. Vienna by night was hustle and bustle and lit up like a Christmas Tree. We soaked up the atmosphere and enjoyed fruit covered in chocolate, langos and gluevine. Vienna sure knows how to ...
... Wheel (bit scary prospect for me !) A walk around our area though revealed it's also an area for quite a few red&blue neon lit strip bars and umm.. Go-go girl clubs ie the Pom Pom club. We resisted going in (this time) and made our way to the only other drinks place open: the Novotel bar where we discussed film acting and the relationship between current TV production and the ...
... it difficult to cook anything. Europe, or at least our grocery stores, are very short on convenience foods. We did buy a frozen lasagna which we could cook in the oven, and it was actually pretty good. I broke down yesterday and bought some chicken pieces, potatoes, onions, garlic, salt and pepper which I wrapped in aluminum foil and put on a rack in the over for about an hour. It tasted delicious, but the foil was thin and barely up to ...
... We have only started our intensive german classes. So, I am slowly but surely beginning to speak it- it is fun to practice with the natives. Along with that there has been many informational meetings and tours. I cannot begin to tell you all that I have seen, but my favorite is by far the Belvedere. It was a summer home built for a prince that looks out over Vienna.