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... where Ric*************heart was captured & held for ransom. He was discovered by his personal minstrel who went back to England & obtained truly a King's ransom - enough to pay for the fortification walls of Vienna plus some other town as well. Disembarking in Durnstein, we ran out of steam and made our way back to Vienna to close out our last day in Vienna and bid auf Wiedersehen to Frau Countess ...
Sailing through the Wachau Valley is very beautiful, as the hillsides rise steeply from the river’s edge and are terraced with vineyards in every direction. The hills are dotted with beautiful, ancient castles and ruins of old fortresses all of which overlook quaint, little towns with majestic churches and homes decorated with brightly colored flowers underneath each window and accenting other portions of the homes and ...
... going! The bedrooms were all ginormous and there were three levels. I want one! I told Moni and Charlie this and they told me their neighbour was an 80yr old man, so I asked them to let me know when the house becomes available. There is also a doctor shortage in Austria. Charlie and Moni were both happy for me to move here and be their doctor. I devised a plan of living in Austria for 1-2 years first teaching English, and simultaneously learning ...
... HUGE! The corridors down the side are 200m long, and the church was amazing. Twelve floors of library housing aroud 10 000 books.
Before dinner, we were entertained by a trio of young men from Slovakia - 2 violinists & a guitarist - who played a variety of classical music for us. They were wonderful - a real treat.
Tonight, we cruise to Linz - our last Austrian port.
... machine where you can buy any type of coffee or hot chocolate your heart desires for 60 cents! This is convenient as I am attempting to wein myself onto coffee so that I have more drinking options when I go to a cafe, so far so good! (I am also aiming to develop a love for Olive's and red wine - it will be done!)
Some quirky Krems happenings thus far:
- The Canadians and myself have also discovered that our house mate Cecile the Frenchie is quite ...