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Next we drove to Bad Ischl which looked like a pretty town. It was quite nice and the river ran through the middle of it which was pretty. There were horse and carts everywhere and we walked down the town street following them. We managed to find a café that was open and it looked like a cute little tea room. We stopped there for hot chocolate and to warm up a bit. There was a parliament house/ castle type thing in the town too which ...
... across a pub showing the State of Origin
I attended the 99th ANZAC Day service in Gallipoli
and saw many, many plays in the West End
I start with a job, a house and with my family
I'm making some solid goals to give me direction for the year
I'm going to get fit again a) join a gym near my house b) join a tennis club
I want to learn German more
I'm going to participate in ...
... the ski hire place in our little town and asked about hiring skis for me and a snowboard for Ben. It seems like its really cheap here it was only 12 euros to hire for half a day. There are plenty of little ski slopes around here with their own ski lifts which are apparently very cheap to use. There is no big ski resort in this area with lots of slopes, but it seems it will be good for us to pick it up again here because its not so steep. Hopefully we can do that ...
... However, still a fascinating place, probably even more so because of his lifestyle. There were two levels of uneven floors that are almost hills and valleys, filled with paintings, sculptures, and quilts all made by this interesting individual. After this museum trip, we had time to split for dinner. I sprinted towards a sushi place I had seen earlier, dragging a somewhat hesitant Danny behind me. He reminded me several times that fish might be an interesting choice of food in ...
... promise to go later") and start our tour at Mozart's birth place. Along with S.O.M. Mozart is Salzburg's dominant tourist attraction. If it weren't for those two, i think Salzburg wouldn't register for most american visitors. By the way, S.O.M. barely registers for German speaking countries as the movie was never translated in German.
Stroll across the ...