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... 17th century and the final queen of the House of Habsburg, Maria Theresa, was crowned in 1741; her reign saw Pressburg become the largest and most important city in Hungary with enormous cultural import, although this power waned under the reign of her son, Joseph II, who pressed for union between Austria and Hungary, and the Peace of Pressburg treaty was signed in 1805 between Austria and France after Napoleonic conquest of eastern Austria. During the last years of the 19th ...
... caught the bus. Unfortunately we got caught in peak hour traffic. We had planned to catch a bus to Rajak in Hungry (20min away) but with the traffic jam we missed the bus and it was an hour wait. So we walked back to the town square for afternoon tea. We then planned to walk back to the station and catch the 4:43 train to Vienna and go to the fairground there as it was supposed to be really good. Well plans are there to be changed. At the station we watched ...
... Vienna more. I love both of you equally!)
The weather could not have been more perfect as we sped off down the highway towards Austria. The minute you cross the border you are met with countless fields dotted with massive windmills. Metal…not the wooden ones as in Holland. Austria looks so different when it’s not blanketed with a thick coat of snow and ice. It takes about an hour and a half to get from ...
... pork and potatoes and some kind of hot pepper on the side. I ended up giving Paul half of my pork (it came in two pieces) because it was too much food.
I made a bit of a mistake at this restaurant, because I ordered water. And the lady brought out a bottle and I didn’t even think about it when she opened the bottle and poured it. But of course, bottled water isn’t free. Oops. I even had about half a bottle of water with me in my ...
... 14,000 people was built around an 'S curved' river. It was quaint and definitely a nice change from being in big city Prague for 4 nights. It felt as if we were in an old medieval village from hundreds of years ago. Accommodation was cheap, food was delicious and beers were readily available...we were sold! Two nights here was enough to see yet another castle and walk throughout the vast castle gardens. We booked a very early morning shuttle from Cesky Krumlov to Vienna at ...