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... like the 1950s. We had the coffee and a cake - and the coffee was not hot enough for me, of course, but it was delicious. And you can use the WC if you eat...yay!! We were very close to the meeting spot so we popped out and met Claudia for the subway ride home. It was a very cold and blustery day - but my new Columbia coat did the trick...and I looked like a local with the ...
... very little in order to maintain her figure and looks. She had a gymnasium of sorts in her private apartments and spent two hours a day on her beauty treatments. In the end, she was assassinated by an anarchist with a letter opener.
All sounds rather familiar?
After getting back to the centre and having a bite to eat, we found a little church, St. Peters in the Bezirk district, where a free organ recital was to take place at 3pm. This church would have to be the ...
... I saw a cute red squirrel bounding around the gardens. Awwww. And Bev had fun in the souvenir shop.
After lunch in the cafe (part of the same chain as lunch yesterday though we didn't know it) Michelle headed back into town for a tour of the St Stephensdom catacombs and we (after much deliberation ...) decided to visit the Schonbrunn zoo. Was a bit hesitant as Jill didn't have much good to say about it after her visit in 2013.
... Hotel in Cesky Krumlov for view of castle and Marriott Hotel in Vienna (July 2013, just before the move) for view of Stadtpark. Honorable mention to Amalia Hotel in Athens for view of park. Worst view - Rembrandt Hotel in Bucharest for view of decrepit wall. Largest hotel room - Hotel Maleho Vitka, Cesky Krumlov. Smallest hotel room - Rome Marriott (December 2012). Most elegant - Hotel Concordia in Venice. Most elaborate - Buddha Bar suite in Budapest. Most ...
... greek yogurt, a hazelnut chocolate bar and some Stiegl Radler beer for good measure we headed back to our apartment to enjoy a fresh vitamin C enriched lunch. After eating and showering we headed down to the city centre as we had found a travel office that sold Japan rail passes. Surprisingly, we found the office fairly easily. We purchased our tickets and wondered to ourselves how difficult it will be to navigate Japan with the language ...