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-His lifeline was from May 6, 1856- September 23, 1939
-Was a qualified doctor of medicine at the University of Vienna
-breaded and deep fried
-natural dish of Austria
-Founded in the end of the 19th century, in a cookbook from ...
... trams the whole way around the outer ring of the old town. I'd made an impromptu decision the night before to book a ticket to Cirque Du Soliel which I made my way to and as expected I thoroughly enjoyed. If you've seen one of their shows before you know exactly how wonderful it is, and if you haven't no words I could use to describe it would do it justice so you'll just have to see for yourselves. As I sat there I couldn't help but remember that my first and ...
So while abroad I had some goals that I wanted to meet.
They were pretty loose and I never actually wrote them down but I'm here doing a one month evaluation of my goals (instead of studying for my final):
Exercise and loose weight:
Definitely been accomplishing this one. Not being fully mobile for 2 months meant I had gained quite some pounds. But between walking everywhere, extra strength it takes me to walk on a fragile ankle, and the overall ...
... types of Pierogi (dumplings), Kielbasa (sausage) and sauerkraut. And all at such a reasonable price. This restaurant, whose name I wish I remembered, was quite the find and proof that it sometimes pays to get away from the main square filled with tourists and hefty prices and aim to go where the locals would go. On the way back to our bus we stopped at a small cafe for ice cream. The following day we were free to explore the old city and Lisa had made plans to catch up with ...
... Steins etc. There were lots of rooms full of the stuff and the intricately painted furniture was my favourite.
After the folk museum we headed upstairs to see an antique firearm and weapon display but as we got to it we came across a room full of chairs with school children facing a stage. We were intrigued and sat down and waited, and waited, and waited, then decided to leave cos we felt like we were wasting too much time!
The weapon ...