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... one day that my GPS was activated on the map that I had preloaded when I had Wifi. This has been hit and miss since - but loading what you need in a Wifi zone should do the trick. I was planning to get a SIM card over here for my old phone, but if I can hit so many Wifi zones I can have access otherwise. It has been easy to do that. Lots of places are open as part of their service. Even Cafe Sacher. :) (I might have had their Wifi and lunch, but... I am saving Sachertorte for Vienna...) ...
... the market - enjoying not only the stalls of everything one could possibly imagine: sausages, cheeses, wicker art baskets, brooms, finely embroidered linens... Not only was there incredible variety - but the sheer size of the market (blocks it seemed) was daunting. Also, the colours were so enjoyable. One of my favourite parts of that experience was seeing little old ladies and little old men - usually dressed to the nines - out to get their ...
This entry is coming one day late because somehow my post from yesterday got lost in the virtual world - not sure if I am in love with travelpod so far, but I suppose it will do. :) So, yesterday! What an awesome day!!!! Carole and I got to teach the students at KuMax and Waria Ward about our schools in Cleveland, and about what it is like to live in Tennessee. Some classes even got up and danced a line dance to Rocky Top Tennessee!! We gave out 60 t-shirts from Walker Valley ...
Yesterday, stopping in Salzburg for a few hours en route to Budapest sounded like a great idea. When I woke up this morning feeling groggy and worse for wear, I had a slightly different view. I've managed to power through though, so I thought I'd recap while waiting for my schnitzel.
I had a rather quiet day yesterday. Munich is not really a fun city in the rain, and even less so when you don't have any waterproof clothing. It wasn't until early afternoon that I ...
... good pizza (my
favourite food on my favourite day!).
We woke up on Boxing Day to find it had snowed overnight in Salzburg. Cars and
the kerbs were covered in snow, although it had already started to melt, making
the footpaths icy and slushy. The landscape between Austria and Switzerland on
the train is also beautiful. Everything has been covered in snow. It is stunning
to see white towns, fields and snow covered mountains as we journey.