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... Harris paid for the whole thing. (Thank you Rod Castillo for the hand made book you made for us. We knew it was special but we had no idea how much time it took you to put this lovely book together. We will cherish it even more)
Okay no more dilly dallying around, time for dessert at the Chill n Grill at 11:30 in the morning. Sheree had a two scoop "kiddie cone" - giant - of Adirondack High Peak ( vanilla ice cream, Reese's Peanut Butter Cups ...
... of time there. Time well spent.
From there we headed further East to the Distillery District also known as the 'Old Town'. A very nice (more expensive) boutiquey area complete with cobblestone streets. We found a little gem of a chocolate shop called Soma chocolate where we watched part of the chocolate making process and filled up our chocolate stashes with all different types to try.
On our way back to the hotel we stopped at St ...
... the multiple legs, we were stuffed and marinated by the time we arrived.
Later...we landed in Vienna to a rainy day but it cleared after an hour or so and turned into a beautiful, sunny and warm day. We felt pretty good so we picked up our Citroen and took the scenic route to our first night at Emmersdorf Auf Danube. (Emmersdorf on the Danube). We stopped at a winery but were not wowed by the ...
... to meeting everyone (in person) and making new friendships.
... til next time,
Phil & Sandra
(and SCRUBS too)
GO CANADA GO GO CANADA GO GO CANADA GO GO CANADA GO
... it there, and wouldnt mind going again
After comandeering a taxi for 70 euros to drive us, crossing into Kosovo was a big unknown for this newly independent country borne in such conflict, controversy, and continued ethnic tensions.
The border seemingly appears out of nowhere since Serbia does not recognize it so there is no signage. ...