Repatriate Games

Burgruine Landsee

A €253,60 outing.

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Once More in the Wachau

Another schlecht Sunday. I reiterate that we are not spending our remaining time in Austria checking places off a list; the day just lent itself to a new exhibit at a favorite castle (I have several favorites), with lunch at a favorite Weinschank afterward.

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Art Brut at the Kunst Forum

Mother Nature served up a schlecht Sunday recently, so what better to do than gaze at art and cozy up in a cafe for lunch? After all, we do love our art brut.

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Expat Trivia. Housers

Over our seven years in Vienna we have housed ~120 student night equivalents for extracurricular events hosted by AISV.

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Let the Repatriation Games Begin!

To all the new friends, Herzlich Willkommen!

To those bewildered by the redirect from Tails From The Vienna Woods, allow me to explain.

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The Princely Collection of the Liechtenstein Family

The House of Liechtenstein is my favorite. Wanting importance but not being royal, they did the next best thing: they bought their way into favor of the Holy Roman Empire.

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Hiking & Schnitzeling. The Steppes of Burgenland

Not quite either, but on occasion that’s how it falls out.

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A Week in English. Postscript

Who does not love Paddington?

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A Week in English. Dover

Our final full day. Once again Anna Grace was studying, breaking to lunch with friends from ICL. Tony and I were awake with the first trains of the District Line, sipping our coffee and plotting the day. The weather seemed to be holding for a day outing to Dover and so to St. Pancras we went to catch the train. We were hoping to avoid the London Marathon crowds and thankfully Mother Nature stepped in with the assist.

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