Boutique Hotel Stadthalle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- All-Suites Property
- Pets allowed
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... still feels damp, so I no longer use it most of the time. I've learned to live with a drying rack in the dining room and to use the lines out on the balcony. I imagine I am prolonging the life of our clothes by sparing them the heat cycle in addition to saving on our electric bill. The machine is tiny, I do loads about a third the size I used to, so I do laundry frequently. Once again, just the two of us, not too big a deal. I get Tim's work shirts done at the cleaners a ...
... Medieval Fair in Dillingen, kids would like it, the best part we thought was the BBQ mackerel. That was followed by securing a seat from which to watch the World Cup on the big screen.
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... so well worth, it had to be the biggest palace I have ever been into, with over 1440 rooms, of course couldn't go into all of them, but we were able to views heaps, sadly no photos permitted...... Just of the grounds. The grounds were huge over 120 acres, our feet feel like we walked every part of it. There were mazes, a Gloriette which was on the opposite end of the palace and stood 200 feet (60 metres high) and orchards, not ...
... br> The afternoon was a bit of a rush as we were out to the opera in the evening. Time keeps running short and I am looking forward to slowing down but the Kunsthistorisches Museum is on my particular must see list. It was an interesting wander. They have a large collection of Egyptian material,a small blue ceramic hippopotamus was the highlight for me. I have seen it illustrated in books before and I instantly recognised it but to see a ...
... of Crimea, and I happily masqueraded as a press photographer, entering the circle and snapping away without the slightest protest from anyone officially covering it. In many ways this was incredibly exciting, and I got a real buzz from even this relatively small taste of photojournalism. Later that evening I put the photos straight up for sale online and was rewarded with one or two small sales within hours. However the photographic highlight of my short stay in Vienna ...