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... around the city, showing off some of my favorite things, sharing our favorite restaurants and offering suggestions for museums. I accompanied them to the Belvedere Palace, where Klimt's "The Kiss" is displayed, and enjoyed touring it with another person who had spent some time in Art History classes. I also went with them to the Schonbrunn Palace because I enjoy walking around the grounds. While they toured the Palace, I used a ticket I ...
... pricey - but it was definitely worth the money. I flew with germanwings and, without knowing it, had booked myself a 'BEST' ticket which is the equivalent to first class (probably why it was on the more expensive side - whoops). I sat at the front of the plane with two empty seats next to me and got treated like royalty. The stewardess addressed me as 'Frau Poitzmann' when she asked me what I would like to have from the snack menu. Being me (an 18 year old traveller ...
... of paper; we needed to do some class superlatives! Some of the good ones incuded:
Ally: Busiest Schedule
Naomi: Most likely to talk to strangers while taking the stairs
Clarisse: Most likely to survive the night in high heels
Carolin: Class Mother
Blake: Class Sass
Cat: Kaffeehaus Queen
Angela: The Human GPS
Andrew: Class Shopaholic
Christine: Best sense ...
... Emperor and "Imperial Vienna". A branch of their family also ascended to the throne of Spain during its imperial heyday, and the family intermarried with the royal houses of France and England as well (Marie Antoinette was a Hapsburg). Near the end of their time as rulers of Austria-Hungary, it was a Hapsburg (Archduke Franz Ferdinand, who was to succeed Emperor Franz Joseph I) whose assassination sparked the beginning of World War I.
... day were here. It is precisely for moments such as these that I am in Europe this summer. Peter and I then visited his university and had a beer ON his campus. Yeah that’s what they do here. It is also acceptable to carry it onto the subway which we took to a beach bar – Tel Aviv. Along the Danube, this bar had a vibrant feel to it with sand on the floors to create the beach effect. After spending some time there (out for over ...