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... out on a terrace at one point in the museum and the view...well...spectacular! I was so impressed with the library, too. The sheer number of books they had was amazing. All were rebound to look exactly the same. They dated as far back as the middle ages, and the newest was from 2013. You can imagine how immense the place was!
We were lucky that Mario, our activities director, arranged for a few mini-vans to transport the ...
... had seen on the bus. There were lots of people around and we went through a. Little lane way and came across a street performance, so sat and had a drink while we watched it. A little Japanese girl joined in randomly and was so cute to watch. Then back to our room for a while, and out for our last dinner on mainland Europe. I let Glenn choose the stay rant for once and he did s Stirling job. One of the nicest dinners we had had...goodbye ...
... and, 3) there is a large gilded clock (Ankeruhr) with 12 gilded historic figures that traipse across the front, to organ music, as the hours go by. We'd like to be there one day at 12 o'clock to see the parade of all twelve at once. Strange that this clock was designed and built in 1917, which was still during the First World War. We found the book store, and I purchased a book called 'The Hare with Amber Eyes'. This ...
... headed back to our hostel to get ready for the party.
Getting to the party was a little more difficult until I finally went into a bar and pointed at the club we were trying to get to on Google maps and asked the bartender to take us there - he was surprisingly very nice about it. The party we were heading to was organized by the ESN and invited all exchange students currently studying in Austria. The best part was that there was a drink deal - 2 for ...
... didn't drink any Punsch, and had a relaxing ride back on the train. (Have I mentioned yet how much I love the public transportation in Austria?)
We went to the grocery store Thursday morning to pick up ingredients for a traditional Viennese dinner. We bought wild boar for goulasch and some yummy red cabbage hot salad. We put the goulasch in the oven to slow cook for the day and then went to the Vienna International Center for my German class. ...