Austria Trend Hotel Bosei Wien
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... the cold (estimated -4 degrees) we were shown to our table. This place was huge, it had atleast 4 floors of seating and tables, so you could see while the line moved quickly. Colleen and I both ordered the original Figlmüller schnitzel, side salads and Apple Strudel for dessert. While waiting for dinner, we were able to watch Adam and Jess on the sledges on YouTube, utilising the free wifi by Figlmüller, and also time to defrost and warm up. As soon as we ...
... br> So what is the fashion scene in Vienna? Well, European, for starters. Europeans are more open to "Fashion" from Paris, etc.The clothes usually fit better and are better made than what we see in the States.They wear their gym clothes only to the gym. You can almost always identify the American tourists by their shapeless t-shirts, shorts, and sweatshirts. Outerwear is suited to the weather but still attractive, because in an environment of walkers and ...
... of the group. People watching would of probably guessed that we hadn’t seen each other for months. We settled in and got ready to go out and hit the town. We were informed of the “Bermuda Triangle,” an area of clubs and pubs where one might have a good time. The group split up at one point and we ended up at a club called Flex. One side was what seemed to be a
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... some time. However, in Bratislava I began to turn off the Communist stories and tune in to the Habsburg history.
The day we were in Bratislava was the only day we had full on rain on the entire trip. Fitting, as I chose at the last minute to take the Communist Tour. I have had so much seemingly conflicting information thrown at me in the last week that I felt this was the opportunity to make sense of it all. So I climbed on to the bus with my note book and ...
... castle and then enjoyed (?) an amble through the streets and alleys and hundreds of steps to the castle precinct. Though after hours there are many building facades and churches to view (its the largest castle in Czechoslovakia). We walked the Golden Lane with colourful toy-sized tradesman's cottages and even saw a medieval jail/dungeon.
After ambling down the hill on slippery cobblestones after light drizzle ...