Lindner Hotel Am Belvedere
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... vendor - was delicious even though i didnt think id be a fan of the sausages here! • got out and exchanged some money • met back at the coach at 2pm then went to the schnapps museum - a family owned buisness • learned a bit of the history then got a taste sample - had the chilli (56% alcohol) which BURNED! then had the creme caramel and the orange with gold flakes • bought emma and emma the creme caramel ones and the chilli one for tim jack and callan to ...
... have our last meal together.
Today is Wednesday and the time is now counting down before we have to depart. I am little nervous today. Trying not to think about having to say goodbye. We began our day by enjoying the delicious breakfast at Hotel Austria once more, before going for one last walk around Vienna. We walked past the Albertina museum and I saw that they had an exhibition on Monet.
I mainly wanted to see it because it was mentioned so often in Midnight ...
... was huge. We also saw some penguins being fed 2 buckets of fish. It was cool. In the lion enclosure we got to walk through a tunnel which had clear patches on the roof. On one of those patches was a lion chewing on a bone… it was a bit freaky thinking that if the glass broke a lion would land on my head. It kept slamming the big bone into the glass too! This time we actually got to see a wolf, which we missed at ...
... to understand how the universe was created. I'm sure you've all heard about the big bang, when the universe began with all matter in one super-dense point. And ever since then matter has been expanding. When matter was first created, it was spread evenly throughout space. But then it started clumping together into bigger and bigger pieces, as the increased size created more and more gravity that drew in more and more matter. These original clumps of matter are what we now ...
Janette, a rebel posing as the conservative wife of a famous conductor, violated all the rules to surreptitiously snap this photo of an orchestra competing in the Golden Hall, when all your correspondent's efforts to do the same failed miserably.
Just another lesson in not judging books by covers.
Suppose you're getting ...