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... station or airport, they look bored, stressed, or tired. Just waiting for the traveling to be over. These people looked lifeless. Like they wanted to get on a train but had nowhere to go, nowhere to get to and nowhere to go back to. They weren't waiting for a train, they were waiting for the next part of their lives. They weren't afraid or relieved or anything. They just seemed emotionless. To pick up everything and move across continents because your country to in a state ...
We were really settling into the Wenceslas Square Terrace Apartments in Prague - with four nights we were all unpacked and had some good routines going in our very comfortable accommodation. But it was time to move on so we were up early again and rolled our cases down the pedestrian mall until we found a taxi to Central Station. The entrance to the station is sadly so run down and decrepit and the signage was mystifying - and we are seasoned travellers! ...
... on the way a couple of times because of the huge crowd. We left before the end. Overcrowded, exits are shared with still incoming people.
10:00 PM: After the concert had a last drink (Absacker) just around the corner from our Hotel/Pension at Hotel-Bar San Sousi, Museumstrasse 1.
15 May 2015
10:00 AM -12:00 PM: ...
... energy for a long day of sightseeing. If you ever go to Vienna for only one day, you should do exactly what we did today.
Here are the highlights:
Morning: Walking tour of the old city (mostly courtesy of Mr. Rick Steves)
- Staatsoper (Austrian National Opera): we went to see when the tours are, and they are only Wednesday afternoon. We also checked the opera schedule, because we thought "The Magic Flute" was ...
... able to communicate. There was also an older nun who spoke Spanish because she came from Argentina. We were able to communicate quite well. This nun actually knew my aunt well and considered her as her own mother and mentor. She told me that she had actually talked to Sr. Alphonsa just two weeks before she passed. She got a little emotional, and it was amazing to see the impact my aunt had on the lives of those around her when she was living!
The Argentinian nun made us ...