Hotel Bayrischer Hof
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... which incredible examples of artwork and craftsmanship Luckily My time in Venice the streets were dry. Before you book your trip check the weather and don't come at high ride. The city is literally underwater up to your knees. There were stacked tables that are used to create runways between the moats as constant reminders that the water is not too far away. I visited the amazing Aqua Alta bookstore where they have decided to embrace the water ...
... squeezed upon gravestones is still intact for us to marvel at, as Jewish headstones were regularly looted and used as paving stones and to make driveways into numerous concentration camps. I'm looking forward to a much cheerier day exploring Prague tomorrow. I've got a ******, snotty, stuffy cold now but hopefully with a good nights sleep after I've just had the evening to myself while the others went clubbing, I'll hopefully get better ...
... curious to see if my perspective of Vienna will change at all or just be a little different after everything I've been through over the last three months. We will be in Vienna for a day and a half before we get back on those long flights home. It doesn't seem real. But it's all coming to a close pretty quickly. I guess it's almost time for the next ...
... cover with sweet mustard, it was okay, Treena and Diane had a big pretzel , we walked around , shop for postcards, and I bought some gloves and a outdoor stand 10.90 euro, they fit nice and warm,, 2 hour drive back to bus, a little tour of Linz the town, back at boat, long day,, meet the other for drinks etc,,, dinner was good, , Treena to bed, I stay out and heard some Dixie type music,, very good,, to bed 1030 or ...
... became less green and more rocky as we drove higher. It really wasn't far, either - maybe 45 minutes? We got to Alpine Coaster (was that the name?) and began a climb up to where the chair lift takes you. Apparently it was family tradition to walk up for the first run. It was a beautiful hike, but my hiking boots and I don't really get along so I was glad we didn't go too far. We then got drinks at the restaurant up there, and ...