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... just one hangar but it was free so that's always good! After that we decided to go to the Salzburg Museum in the centre of the old town. That was kinda a let down after the castle and other historic things we've seen. The top and bottom floor were basically just art galleries and not really the kind I like.
It was more the kind where there is a photo of a person or a portrait and they are going on about oh how does this make you feel, ...
... br> I moved to London and lived in Finsbury Park and West Hampstead
I worked for a temp agency, interned for London Youth Games and am currently a project coordinator for TMPW
I met loads of family in Ireland on both mum and dad's sides
I went to Wimbledon and saw the men's quarter finals
I went to Geneva for my birthday to watch Federer play in the Davis Cup
I saw the Wallabies play England at Twickenham and ...
... its not snowing and you can just enjoy the sun.
We decided to go to Mondsee next which is another lake town. It was very pretty as it was surrounded by mountains on all sides. There was one restaurant open there which was right on the lake front and had a lovely view. We had some lunch there and watched the tour busses come through. I'm glad we got a car and can explore in our own time is all I'm going to say about that haha!
On the way back ...
... on each plot. On arriving at the ferry point that would take us either across the water to St Wolfgang or the remaining few kilometres to Stroble, we are refused entry onto the ferry due to Amos and Milo not being muzzled . Instead we treat ourselves to a none too cheap for such a small cup, of coffee at a nearby cafe, and amble back the way we came, to Sharron the ...
... people of the following.
So the Hungarians before the Romanian, the Romanians before the Bulgarians and they said to take care of the Syrians - I don't want to stop the row, but to be honest, I can't remind if they were afraid of Lebanese - but in fact the further I came the more hospital the people became.
I was bicycling short before Lattakia, when I met three teachers on a petrol station. Anyhow we came into conversation and after ...