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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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... took a luge run in Salzkammergut. We were riding in tandem and Mark caught the toe of his boot on the edge of a turn and we were flung off the course with Mark wrenching his ankle and Cheryl wondering why she wore a skirt that day. Of course, Mark also crashed this year. The official count is 3 attempts, two crashes.
On to Vienna by train. We had booked a room with a bathroom, when we arrived we were told that our room was taken and the ...
... there were no English tours that day, so we signed up for the Czech tour. We weren't the only ones who did not speak Czech and we were giving a packet of information about what we would be seeing in English. It was very strange to not know what was being said or what was going on. Luckily, every once in a while we were told the instructions of what to do in English. We had to put on miner clothes, including a hard hat with light!, and then headed into the mine. Immediately I ...
... considering they were considered original at one point. I can’t confirm or deny how good it is though.
We went back to the hotel to relax briefly before dinner. It was a small group that went for dinner at a nearby restaurant called Zum Reznicek. I had a really nice veal dish that was served with spinach sauce. From what I gathered the veal was boiled with vegetables. After dinner, we once again went to bed, after burning through a bit more ...
... 8217;t going to be huge as it had already been a very heavy week. We were readying ourselves to head out for the world cup action when Augustus yelled out that Colby was still alive. There he was at the bar, getting his tequila shots as well as some red wine. He explained that he’d gone to Budapest for a couple of days to try and get over the snake girl, before going on to tell us a story of a strange girl who was fantasising about him in the shower. He was a ...
Finally, sun and summer temperatures. Just in time for a walking tour of Vienna. Vienna was severely damaged in WW II so many of the buildings are reconstructions of the originals but they have been recreated with ornate exterior facades which makes this a gorgeous city. It is really busy now as the tourist season gets started. Lots of German, Chinese and Japanese tourists. We hear a little English but not much. Our walking tour focuses on the pedestrian malls of ...