Visiting Vienna!!

Travel with Lizzie. What an exciting trip.Sightseeing, Tours, Attractions and Things to do in Vienna

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Today I want to share with you some of my photos from my trip to Vienna. Honestly I have tried to cut down the photos but there are just so many I want to share with you all. Luckily though I did manage to not include them all! I had the most amazing time sightseeing and exploring the city. We went to so many palaces, parliament, cathedrals, museums and even visited the film festival too. Vienna really was so beautiful and the buildings are honestly so stunning and massive. Most of the time you couldn’t even get the whole building in the photo! The city centre was stunning and of course we had to stop to do some shopping. We visited lots of local cafes and restaurants and some of the best cake and ice cream ever. It tasted SOOOOOO GOOD!! We actually stayed in a small apartment on the…

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Justice of the Peace

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A stunning and exciting story by
‘Red’s Wrap’-Jan Wilberg
Read her story about the police in front of her home arresting a Rabbi. It is all so crazy that it even happened. She paints the picture quite well of the actual events.

Red's Wrap

I’ve had police at my door. I’ve watched squad cars pull up in front of our house and officers get out.

It was never because they were selling raffle tickets for the Police Athletic League. It was something else, not the worst thing in the world although we always believed it would be the worst thing in the world. Instead, it was always a smaller thing, a concern, a question, an investigation, and, once or twice, the return of a person unable to find his way home on his own.

I am wary of the police. There’s no reason for this; officers have always been respectful toward me, helpful in times of trouble and sometimes unexpectedly compassionate. Still, they make me nervous as if, at any moment, I could unwittingly do something wildly illegal and they’d arrest me.

So a few nights ago when police cars came roaring down our street and screeched to a…

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