BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Ambra
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Had a wonderful day in and around Vienna(Wien) today. The breath taking architecture, well connected subway and to end with opera. Wien has 5 subway lines, U1, U2, U3, U4 and U6 which is open till 12:30 Fell in love with its Autumn leaf colors, imperial sights, coffee houses, cosy wine taverns, and Love is always in the air. In all sense it is a city of world music!
... could help, I managed to ask about Rubik’s and she pointed us to the section with Rubik’s cubes and many other related games. The original Rubik’s cube turned out to be much cheaper than the signed 40th anniversary editions they had been selling at Tesco, so Sam and dad were much happier. Blake less so, since he started to go through the Lego’s and found many that he 'needed'. We managed to escape, but not ...
... the bus or walking around. Despite this minor inconvenience we still had a really good day. It was even colder than the previous day which made the little bit of the walking tour that we did pretty tough but the architecture of the different neighborhoods of the city that we saw was fantastic and the Prague Castle was very cool to take a quick walk through as well. It’s not really a castle in the traditional sense that we would think of, now it is simply the ...
... to appear at the side of the table without being noticed by any of the patrons. He even laughed quietly once when he scared one of the group with his stealth that he was not in fact Dracula.
Then the guitarist came over and asked if they would like to request a song. Although they were as equally entertained as they were cautious they asked him to play a song of his own choosing. He then asked if a gypsy song would be ...
... The Széchenyi Spa is the largest in Europe and we loved it. We rested our tired bodies in three outdoor pools and an indoor complex equipped with hot tubs, plunge pools, saunas and steam rooms. It certainly was a relaxing day. We basked in the afternoon sun watching Hungarian men playing game after game of chess. Their leather skinned backs showed us that they'd clearly been sat there for a bit too long. Nonetheless an entertaining way to spend the day. We also ...