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One small detail omitted from yesterday's blog was the visit to Demels. This is a quite famous coffee/cafe establishment of the toffee nosed variety. We plebs had to take a nosy in to see 'wot wos wot' like, and came shoulder to shoulder with like minded sticky beaks. We went upstairs and downstairs, around ropes, behind counters, talked to the staff just trying to get some service and were unceremoniously (of the German abrupt kind ...
... As she grew up she was betrothed to the Emperor but she really didn't want the responsibility of being the Empress. Once she was married she felt like she lost all of her freedom. Later on in life she experienced tragedy. Her daughter died at the age of 2 and later on her son committed suicide at the age of 30. These two events really effected Sissy. It seems that she went into depression and could no longer cope with the life she was supposed to live and the ...
Thursday 19th June
Budapest to Vienna
Packed up for the last time and left
our enormous flat in Budapest and moved to a small hotel room in
Vienna at x3 the price per night. The train was full but a smooth
trip. The railjet trains can do 200km/hr on suitable line but our
had to slow down to 35 for some stretches.
Our Fabrik hotel is a ...
... have looked more attractive if she wasn’t kissing a snake on the mouth. Colby also suggested I should extend my trip because I could get paid bucket loads in southern California by cropping marijuana. You don’t need a visa because they only pay cash in hand. Thanks for the tip Colby.
I could probably write a book just on all of the crazy conversation had with Colby, but there are other characters as well. Chatting with us was Andrew from ...
... around 1900. Once again we were struck by how common and normal the modernist design looks to our eyes, but how radical it would have been at the time. After more coffee and pastry, but no crime solving this time, we strolled back to the hotel down Kartenerstrasse, one of the main shopping streets in Vienna to end our wonderful stay in the old capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The next day we would venture to Budapest and the eastern partner of the kingdom. The land of the Magyars! ...