Austria Trend Hotel Lassalle Wien
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... s birthplace which is right in the centre of town.
Salzburg is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. We stroll through the Getreidegasse- Salzburg busiest alley the most fashionable shopping mile in the city and also the most expensive. Daily farmers markets are held in the square selling all kinds of fruit, vegetables, flowers and sausages.
We board our coach for our journey back to the train awaiting us at Salzburg railway station.
... told "I haft been vorking for 12 hours now and ve closing are at 7 o'clock. Very tired ve are and if you have not the table ve cannot you serve." When asked if they did takeaway coffee at the counter where small cakes and strudel were sold we were informed, "Ve are not Starbucks!!!". So, ze common plebs exited stage left into the night and after having found the Hofberg, mosied on back to the Italian restaurant which has previously ...
... interesting how people comment on how arrogant or rude Parisians are but I found most of them very helpful. It was the Italians I found rude and unhelpful many times. Especially in the hospitality business. The products they produced were beautiful (glass, leather and lace) but very expensive. Italy was a lovely country in many ways (the gelatos were lovely) and I know there were plenty of places I have not seen, but it is not a country I would rush back to ...
... or something like that. We talked for awhile and went to get groceries for dinner. I made another sandwich, mainly because I already had some of the ingredients, and she made (yes made) soup from scratch. It was really good! I then headed out to see all the main buildings lit up at night. Again, Canada could learn a thing or two.
Vienna was really nice, and has a lot of history, but is more modern than I expected. Tomorrow it's off to ...
... 600 metres up the road.
We met Andrea, our tour guide and then off we set to see the sights of this beautiful city. Prague is split into four towns, Old And New Town and Little and Castle Quarter. As Prague suffered less destruction than most major cities in World War 2, the historical architecture is still in tact.
Prague Castle stands on a hill and from there we had a magnificent view of Prague. Charles Bridge a stone bridge built in 1870 links ...