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... by connecting bus & train. First, however, we had to catch a water bus along the Grand Canal to the end of the line, Tronchetto. Tronchetto is the ‘parking island’ but might as well be the end of the world. There is nothing but a multi storey carpark, and not wanting to miss our bus, we had arrived 90 minutes early. It is cold, drizzling rain and there is only a concrete box under a makeshift awning on which to sit ...
... who recognised their importance and then it was finally made a state institution in 1945 It was really interesting to see all the different representations of the world over the years of exploration. Some had part of Australia, some without America all together, there was even an interactive screen where you could spin a virtual globe and see the original cartography with an outline of the current cartography so you could see just how wrong they ...
On a whim, we decided to try to check in online with Air Canada. We had tried to do it yesterday, but it would not let us, for some reason. Perhaps it was because our first flight was not run by AC.
We think we have success. We were able to get boarding passes assigned on the absolutely full flights. Unfortunately, we have a middle and isle as there are no rows with only 2 seats. ...
... some of the organs in boxes from the Habsburg families. Gross. And further down a whole family of royals but it was really sad as there were tiny caskets. Then further down was where all the cool stuff was, hundreds of skeletons in mass graves, a lot were from the plague when Vienna had around 9000 people die in such a short time. It was sad and amazing at the same time. One room was stacked with bones like firewood. It's sad because they are unnamed. No one knows who is down ...
... influences and commercialization. The city is also very quiet. Everything even on weekdays closes by 8pm at the latest, it feels like you're in a small town except over one million people live here. I am going to Prague next and I am really looking forward to it. I just found out there is a KGB museum ! Since its a cheaper city I am also strongly considering a pedicure. Have a nice day everyone ! ...