BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Das Tigra
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... both of which confused our GPS. After making a few u-turns we narrowed the description down to a meadow just outside the village of Marktschellenberg. The meadow did not appear to be as groomed as when the film crew had been there some decades earlier. The hillside was surprisingly thick with brush and we were very cognizant of the frequency of "cow pies." Nevertheless, we could make out the scene ...
... at our own leisure. Returned to the ship around 3pm and rested. Not feeling 100% Lynne now has a sore throat. The expected depression hit when I checked the football scores. Thanks to the ARL no allowing Manly to play at Brookie and having half their forwards out injured, they got flogged by the Rabbits yet again. Lynne went to the ...
... The bigger books were on the first shelf near the floor, some of these big books were as big as the books teachers used to read in Prep so that all the kids could see. These big books were followed by smaller and smaller books as each shelf got closer and closer to the roof of either the first or second floor. Some of the top shelf books were tiny and reminded me a little bit of ‘the little book of calm’ in Black Books.
However, the incredible room and ...
... like quite a few things in Vienna, was an immense display of decadence and wealth. The architecture featured was royal and ornate, with columns and statues placed at every opportunity. The complex was surrounded by gardens and what is now a museum complex to the west. I entered through the west courtyard, with views of the museum complex the parliament building. It seems that any building of import in the city is built from white stone. Row after row ...
I walked around the Schonbrunn Palace grounds with my host and fellow surfer Arun from India. The gardens are very expansive and the trees are cropped to form vertical walls. The autumn colors were very pretty. Then we walked to the Stephendom, the incredibly ornate gothic cathedral in the city center. Afterwards I wandered around the baroque and ...