Travel Blogs from Rabenstein an der Pielach
... only saw the horses very quickly as they went for a walk across our pathway - St Stephen's Cathedral with its massive spire and the Hofburg Imperial Palace. Graeme went out to the Schonbrunn Palace in the afternoon. He said it was very impressive. It was the summer palace of Empress Theresa who gave birth to 16 children, one of them Marie ...
... waste money by reusing coffins, which were made with a bottom section that opened up and they dropped into the hole in the ground! And their tireless work continues to a huge degree in the communities. What struck me was although there was much wealth evident in everything being gold plated, and many ornate gifts from various people with soooo much money, ...
... the line. The prof had mentioned to us that no one had failed yet that day and that we should feel confident. When it was our time to talk through our answer, I wanted to go first to get it over with. The prof was happy with my discussion and had assured me that I got at least a level 2, about 90%. The guy who went after me had a question about discount stores and he unfortunately did not answer the question very well. The prof offered the student another topic with a ...
... my clothes still linger with the lovely smell of smoke. The man at the cafe also spoke a little english so we were able to order without any problems - YAY! Faj got some hotdogs and I ordered ciabatta with mozzarella and tomato. It was all delicious! Faj was pretty excited when he found out what he thought was sauerkraut was actually shaved horse radish. We also got served with three different types of ketchup, which ...
... be missed in a weird way. Something new managed to break every week keeping life very interesting to say the least. The washing machine, the fridge door, the shower, the sinks and my bed - what a comedy fest.
- My roommates, the two Canucks and a Parisian <3 they were the best.
- Sylvia - the international lady at Krems university. She never managed to spell my name right, always insisting it was spelt the Russia way 'Nadja' and therefore resulting in me ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting