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... who looked barely out of school, and they all wore these super high heels on. Loved it....very jealous!
The Radetzky March was (again) played with enthusiastic audience participation to conclude the evening.
The performance also included a ballet interpretation of The Danube Waltz and opera solos and duets.
Didn't stop for ice-cream on the way home tonight, even though last nights was pretty good!
... Graben Strasse
- Plague Monument
- Ancient Roman Wall ruins
- Hofburg Imperial Palace
- Outside of Spanish Royal Riding School
- Demel bakery
- Museum Quartier
It was a full day walk. We stopped by a soup place for a light lunch, which is close to the university. I was able to log into the eduroam wifi network using my mcgill ID on the ...
... young as sixteen to drink. Groups gathered around the foosball table and tried their best to look cool, whilst others hung out at the bar and drank as much as they could to impress the girls. They were all as slimy and as greasy as you could imagine, and clogged up the entire ambience with their stupid haircuts and mindless chit chat. Yuan and I started guessing who the ringleaders were, and then picked out the slimiest of them and began planning ways to make them look stupid ...
On Thursday, September 19 we departed for Vienna. Our first stop was the Schonbrunn Palace, one of the many homes to the Hapsburg family. To signify that it is an Imperial palace it is painted green and yellow. From the gorgeous gardens in the back you can look out over all of Vienna. We then visited the Belvedere which is home to Gustav Klimt's "The Kiss." On Friday we ...
Today we woke up early after our night on the sleeper train. The sleeper train was.. An experience to say the least. We got on the train just before 7pm, found our seats and got settled. It wasn't long before a group of four others (of Czech nationally we believe) it was quite a squeeze with all six of us in but luckily the group of four headed to the dining cart for the evening which left Zoey and I room to get comfy and spread out. ...