Pension Madara 2 - Hotel in Hernals
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... on the list, also again other places that weren't on the list. One place we visited was some ancient ruins from the Romans, the only problem with this, was it was all covered in snow, and we couldn't really see it. Photos attached. Finally after a few hours walking in temperatures below -3 degrees, we finished our itinerary, and were back to our hotel. It was about a 15min walk back, and by this stage, it feels like our faces are going to freeze off our heads. We ...
... amp; villages. Since 1990, the old city has been revitalized, such that it is one of the most photographed city in Europe. Our pace is very relaxing; we tour the sites, sit in sidewalk cafe's drinking coffee, wine or beer and just "people watch". We visited: Bratislava Castle, did a walking tour (following Rick Steve's travel book), walked along the Danube, sat on ...
... at the park!
We then took the underground back into Stephanplatz and got out and looked at St Stephens Cathedral. It was another magnificent church. We wandered along the streets looking at the shops. Brigitte really wanted to go into the Swarovski shop. Brigitte reckons this is her favourite shop and Mum said that it as founded in Austria so everyone had a look, except Dad who spent most of the time sitting down waiting.
By this time Brigitte and I ...
... to eat an energy bar or get a local drink (soft). As we were not late at all, we stopped 13km from the capital to get a well deserved swim in the Danube, on one of its "beaches". The water was acceptable and we played with a big plastic toy the aquatic park put there. Fun fun. We took it easy for the last kms, and arrived at ...
... about food often since she's always offering. She likes the cook a lot and luckily always makes enough for two (or
maybe she feels bad always seeing me eat pretzel sticks and cheese
sandwiches :P) and her baking is phenomenal! She makes this hazelnut
pound cake that is delicious, especially with jam. And through food I've
gotten to see how similar cultures even from around the world can be surprisingly similar, many of the flavors from ...