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Venice was a truly remarkable city. Built on an archipelago of 117 islands of which most buildings preside on top of the water itself, there was always something fascinating to see.
After 3 days exploring the unique city we had contact with Antoine and Kat who we had met during our salt ...
It's actually the day after Vienna and this will again be short. We are happy but tired. We took a bus/walking tour of the city in the morning. Vienna must have about a billion palaces (well maybe only a million), each one more impressive than the next. After the tour we had some free time. One of the things you have to do in Vienna is to have a coffee at one of their coffee houses ...
... the Graben is the Pestsaule or the Plague column, one of the most well-known and prominent pieces of sculpture in the city. Once again, due to the impact of The Plague on the city, Emperor Leopold I, who fled the city, vowed to erect a mercy column if the epidemic would end. Many sculptors had input into the erection of the column, with it finally encompassing the Holy Trinity, nine sculpted angels, an ...
... today in the trappings of financial gain; The heart has been lost. The waiting for the first star to appear in the sky Which in winter in these countries is quite early The lighting of the candles each Shabbat The millions of candles that were extinguished in these lands Each time you light a candle Remember them Remember them Remember. Traditions have their place To bring together, to restore To Remember. ...
... me about 30-40mins! My bag was so heavy that when I stopped to sit down, I had to keep it on my back, because I would struggle trying to swing it back onto my shoulders. Oh the pain. And it was cold and dark and raining. And I was in a new city.
Finally after a lot of difficulty finding the number, I find the place. I open the door and the inside is pitch black. Not a single light on. It looked like a seedy abandoned building. What is Lonely Planet ...