Hotel am Domplatz
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- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
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... any photos. There are no signs or requests not to, but it just doesn't feel right and they would do nothing to properly convey what the place is like. We all came away from it feeling pretty sombre. We then crossed the border into the Czech Republic and everything became confusing! The language is incredibly different, there's no guessing at what things might mean because it is so radically different to English. And the money is completely ...
Breakfast , left morning for a 2 hour drive to Salzbury , Austria , cold fogs morning, but at the rest stop about hour plus drive out the sun came out, nice rests top in Austria , did walking tour of Salzbury, the city where Mozart was born, and the sound of music was filmed, nice enjoyable educational tour, after tour stay with Joe and Diane, and ate some local sausages "Fresh" sausage , it a white boiled sausage ...
... to pee so badly. Even Mack's relatively motivational album isn't helping. Oh good god. I am going to **** myself, publicly, for the first time in my life. Knees are jiggling, fingers tapping away. And it hurts, oh does it hurt. This is it for me, people. I will be changed forever. They'll call me Girl Who Wet Herself On The Way To Germany. Goodbye cruel, toilet-less world. Can I ...
... stopped for refreshments before crossing in a wee ferry again. The biking was very calm and pretty with the autumn colours of the trees reflecting on the river...once the sun came out it was a perfect riding day. We were at our destination Aschach ( a picturesque Austrian town) in time for a quick supermarket stock up before the barge departed at 3.30 pm. We have a long journey ahead...we won't arrive to our destination of Devin until 9 am tomorrow morning. We ...
... I made it into Linz and was greeted by Miguel telling me we needed to go shopping and to get ready for a big night. So off we went to the Austrian equivalent of Aldi. Grabbed everything and went to pay. But of course, they don't take MasterCard. Or visa. Or eftpos. Or paypal. And of course the ATM is about two km's away. So a quick run into the city and back later I had snacks and drinks and was ready to go. As the Spanish boys were studying ...