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... Later We took the subway to Schombrunn, the Hapsburg's summer palace. It really isn't that far from their city home but I suppose you need a couple of places when you have 16 kids and lots of money & power. With gardens, fountains, petting zoo, horse drawn carriages (even a wedding under a trellis), this stunning setting is not to be missed. [just a note: had trouble with our VISA in the ticket machine. Didn't want to take either of our chip cards. ...
... two kids, Romulus and Remus. When abandoned by their uncle to die, a she-wolf is said to have suckled them ensuring their survival. They grow to discover their origins, set things straight, have an argument on which hill to found a new city on and then Romulus kills Remus just because. Then Rome is born. Definitely plausible.
... would that have been?
Anyway, moving on. Today, we drove to Vienna with a stop in Bratislava, Solvakia! It was a nice town where we were able to view three countries from a lookout point: Slovakia (the one we were standing in), Hungary (the country we left), and Austria (the country we are going to today)!
Shortly after, we arrived in Vienna. For dinner, we had an authentic Austrian meal consisting of pork, sauerkraut, and dumpling. Many people in ...
... hop off bus, only for the one day this time, tomorrow I though I would try out the big red bus. Sadly I was not impressed, no not disappointed in the bus, it was just me, perhaps I was becoming a little jaded, or just tired of looking at famous buildings and statues, after a while its near on impossible to tell them apart. As it was getting on in the afternoon I decided I would stroll back to the market for pig’s knuckles good Austrian music all washed down with a ...
... stone streets. We admired cathedrals and castles and wandered the narrow roads of the old Jewish quarter. A walk around Wawel Castle, exploring the dragons dungeon and eating another ice cream follow, all before saying goodbye to Lisa's friend Sarah and then it's back to the hostel for an included dinner. There is plenty to do in Krakow if you keep to a slow and relaxed pace, it's not a town to rush through the day. There are a few things of interest here and it would ...