Arcadia Old Town
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... just a short distance away from the old town. Not suprisingly we found we didn't need to stray far to reach areas more frequented by locals than tourists. There was no shortage of shops and restaurants in the outdoor walking mall that spanned several blocks. Still, we had definitely had our fill of crowds in any form and ready to board our plane bound for Mallorca off the coast of Spain. We were looking forward to a bit of country living for a few days.
... with many pizza and pasta restaurants. No Turkish influence to be seen though - surprising because there were a lot of Turkish places in Vienna.
As is the case in most of these cities - Venice and Vienna included - jewelry shops everywhere. It really does beg the question about how do they pay the rent with so much competition ?
For John and Barb, found the Sex Machine shop near the hotel - Stephan said to say "hello from your ...
Sunday, August 25 Everyday has provided Meg and I with new opportunities to see and do things we never could in the States. Today was no exception, and the bike ride to Karlstejn Castle was exactly what we needed on day five of VanHam Eurocation. Biko Bike Adventures exceeded every expectation from rental gear, guide service and rerouting based upon our request. We originally booked the road bike tour to Karlstejn, roughly a 30 mile ride round trip. After three days ...
... morning. It was a true delight, nice museum and beautiful work. There was also a video of his life which left me with the impression that this man was a machine, churning out lots and lots of work over his lifetime. Larissa helped select a poster of Princess Hyacinth to come home with us and is now gracing our guest room.
Train home, arriving in time to get dinner at a local cafe with Tim and catch the disappointing end of the U.S. vs. Germany World Cup soccer ...
... hill on cobblestone may be one of the most difficult things I've encountered on a bike. My favourite part of the tour was lunch, as our guide suggested we all go to Lokal for food, the place I had gotten a beer from the day before and I was planning on going back to eat anyways. The beer was excellent, a new keg had just been opened late the night before so it was super fresh. The cool thing about Lokal is that the menu changes day to day, it is a farm to table ...