Travel Blogs from Bad Gastein
Time is ticking so we are starting to become selective in what we are able to see. We could not resist nipping over the boarder from Austria to the Czech Republic though, to see Chesky Krumlov, the second biggest attraction after Prague. It turned out to be a beautiful medieval moat town. We had a great time exploring the town and surrounding ...
Austria has been music to my ears in more ways than one. We expected dramatic scenery and that is what we got, in abundance. However it is not all alpine huts and lederhosen. We started off in the more gently undulating wine region of Wachau, enjoying some very fine Reisling and Gruner Vetliner. We then made our way up to Vienna, enjoying all the city has to offer. This is where the music began. Can anyone ...
It’s mid-May, and I only have 3 weeks before I must leave
Europe. Last week we took a trip to
Italy to visit friends and family. My
niece Eva is living in southern Italy, way down in the heel of the boot in an
area called Puglia. She’s 6 months
pregnant and really showing – she looks wonderful and very happy. Her Italian husband, Geremia, is taking
wonderful care of her, he’s is a good cook and ...
Happy May First – it’s a holiday here with a May pole or May tree, and a beer garden set up in the tiny city center. We’re going to walk to town to avoid the traffic & parking problems. Walking to town involves a hike through some fields, around horse pens, through a
trail next to a fast running creek, and even a bit of pavement. Bringing in the May tree is a ...
... because we're pretty much tied into keeping the apt for 6 months. Then we'll meet up in Mexico. It's not the perfect solution, but this way his family can visit him here and I can see my family & friends in Seattle & Sacramento. We're planning to visit family in Italy in May. I'm so sad my time here will be short, but there's always next year!
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