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Trollbeads: Austrian World Tour Collection

Updated on August 8, 2012
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Janine is a published author in Only Trollops Shave Above the Knees, appears on The Huffington Post and at Confessions of A Mommyaholic.



Next stop on the Trollbeads' World Tour is Austria known as Europe’s jewel! While here, visit this beautiful country in the middle of Europe and enjoy the culture that is so rich for their flavor of their coffee. Next see the famous Wachau apricot flowers, whie you take a stroll through the city of Mozart and listen to Amadeus’ famous music. Then, take your time to dance a Viennese waltz through the world famous scenery of Salzburg or just simply relax in the beautiful mountains of Austria. You will immediately fall in love with this small country with its great charm and character.

Please now watch as Trollbeads introduce the World Tour Austria collection in this short film as follows: During this film, try to answer this one question: 'What two Trollbeads do the tourist receive as a surprise gift?"

World Tour Video Austria


The first stop on the Austrian Tour is in remembrance of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, who was the famous, musical prodigy born in 1756 in Salzburg. Mozart was well know for his beautiful music that he played on his piano. This silver charm embodies his spirit and looks like a mini piano with its keys. This charm is truly for anyone who has musical talent or who just loves music itself.


Viennese Waltz

Second stop on the Austrian Tour, welcome to the ballroom! The Viennese Waltz is the classic and original waltz. When you think of the waltz, most think of a waltzing couple whirling gracefully around each other, seeming to almost levitate through the room. I am a huge General Hospital fan (Yes the soap opera) and always remember the classic scene at Wyndham's Department Store, when the famous Luke and Laura were on the run, where they got all dressed up and danced the waltz after hours while hiding out in the store.

Nevertheless, the waltz is an extremely famous romantic style dance. This silver charm could be used to symbolize if one likes to dance or even symbolize the love of couple or quite possibly remind someone of their youth, when as a young girl, she first learned to dance while be twirled around by her father, while her tiny feet were on his much larger feet. The possibilities are endless here as one can plainly see.


Wiener Melange

On the next stop, taste Vienna! Definitely make time to have a traditional Wiener Melange - the local variety of coffee – in one of Vienna’s many legendary coffee houses. Vienna is known for their famous coffee blends and many major coffee companies have capitalized on this and have branded their own Viennese Coffee Blends. This silver charm looks just like a mini coffee cup and can symbolize many things including if one is lover of coffee and an avid coffee drinker. Growing up, I had an uncle who loved coffee and would never be caught dead with out a cup of coffee in his hand morning, noon or night. When I first saw this charm, for me I instantly thought of my uncle. For others I am sure it could take on any number or meanings, but for me this is it.


Apricot Blossom

And the last stop of the Austrian Tour concludes with what many would attribute with beginnings. Thus in the beginning of April in Austria, you can sense the coming of spring at the Danube. The delicate buds of the apricot trees are breathtaking to behold. This glass charm totally embodies the Austrian Apricot Trees and spring's beginning with its beautiful green glass with white flower buds and is absolutely beautiful and breathtaking.


Concluding Austria...

It has been my absolute pleasure to tour Austria today in Trollbeads World Tour. If you watched the video, you should have the answer to the original question. I will not give it away here however. Join us for the next hub, when we tour the next country in the Trollbeads World Tour.



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      Janine Huldie 5 years ago from New York, New York

      Ish, yet again thank you and truly can't say that enough. you truly are such a kind hearted and wonderful person. Thank you, thank you as always!!

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      Ishwaryaa Dhandapani 5 years ago from Chennai, India

      An engaging hub! Austria is indeed a beautiful country and is one of my desired European destinations. Here, the collection is unusual. The ones I liked the best are Viennese Waltz and Apricot Blossom. I enjoyed reading another trollsbead hub of yours! Well-done!

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