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Travel Blogs from Fischamend
... the bells pealing the whole time. The Winter Riding School, which is what the building is called, is undoubtedly the most beautiful riding arena in the world. Pictures during the performance are not allowed but we took a couple before it began. We learned a lot. The horses are born black, fade to grey In the first four years before turning white. They are trained for 4-6 years before performing and, optimally will have the same rider for their performance lifetime. We had ...
... no problems at all! After she explained to metro system to us we realized how easy it was to navigate which helped us a lot once Julia left.
This was my first time staying in a hostel so I really had no expectations. Luckily, this hostel was awesome! Ashley was amazing and booked us a 4-person room with private bathroom so we didnt have to worry about any of our stuff and we could lock it all safely in our room. After being impressed by the hostel, ...
... up in KawaKawa en route to the Bay of Islands, we felt obliged to go and see his museum, a house designed by him. I did not realise how internationally renowned this guy is and how far ahead of his time on the environmental, ecological stage he was. Hundertwasser disliked architects, that was clear, because architects design buildings with flat, level floors, with symmetry abound, with traditional roofs - Hundertwasser, in contrast, believed that all ...
Guess what I got? Three photos, three guesses. Yep, I bought a hat. Having nearly purchased one almost 30 years ago and regretted not doing so both of us were determined to find and purchase one of these distinctive tourist trinkets. We found some and one I liked in a tourist market but were a little unsure how much they were prepared to bargain on price. We did have the opportunity yesterday to go to a more local market because we didn't join the organised tour ...
... A group of us headed over to Schönbrunn Palace; I had seen it before, but I hadn't been to the gardens or anything like that, so I figured I needed to see the rest.
I don't regret going. We bought tickets for the Labyrinth and the Gloriette, which were the two areas we were most interested in exploring. First, we headed to the gardens and admired them for a bit before going to the Labyrinth-- or, in other words, the local maze. I didn't have ...
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