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... The current scheme seems to work for the residents and government (and gets the liberal government perennially re-elected), but at some point substantial disruption is sure to occur.
After a lovely tour of some of the most beautiful sights of the city, we returned for a quick lunch and then a short ride out to Schonbrunn Palace, which was built in the 1700s in the grand style of Versailles as a summer palace for the Habsburgs, and particularly ...
... speech saying that without a doubt we had been the group that meshed together the best during the program. I will sincerely miss the friends I made, and I cant wait to see them again soon. After the speech, they gave out goofy superlative awards like “Most likely to get lost in Rome,” “Most likely to eat gelato,” “Best dressed,” etc. It was a funny time to remember all of the crazy things people had done throughout the course of the program.
... he lashed the follies of all classes of society and of the court in particular. In general he spoke as a man of the people, the predominating quality of his style being an overflowing and often coarse wit. There are, however, many passages in his sermons in which he rises to loftier thought and uses more dignified language. He died in Vienna on 1 December 1709". (Wikipedia information) We managed to make our way home between rainstorms, but it was ...
... was only 2 euros. The best 2 euros I have spent out of the cold and rain for an hour or so looking at interesting treasures and the history of the town. I got to climb up the tower for a view over the market square. There were several little market stalls around but no shoppers due to the weather. The tulips are all out in flower. Imam told they are early as it has been warmer than it usually is is for this time of year, that was the last couple of weeks. The locals are ...
... while 6 months pregnant. My tips for anyone thinking of doing so are: 1. Don't listen to hubby and do pack your pillow. You will need it. 2. Wear comfortable and expandable shoes on the long flights. You will loose your ankles and your feet will swell. The good news is they return to normal after 2 days. 3. Be prepared for sleepless nights as hotel/B&B beds are hard and wage war on your poor hips. 4. Be grateful that hubby takes millions of photos as you ...