City Hotel Albrecht
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... was the building it was housed in; of course, it's Vienna. With wide open cathedral ceilings and marble stair railings, it was fun to just walk around. The murals in every room really added to the exhibit, and the detail in every showroom was phenomenal. Absolutely one of the greatest thins I've done this trip, too bad I didn't have the time needed to really see and learn about every aspect of this place (it would have taken a week). As far as museums go, this was way more up ...
... fans! Nearer Budapest the land becomes more wooded and there are also grapes being grown. The traffic is slower and busier as we approach Szolnok. The farms are smaller here, with more variety of crops and livestock. The town is located on the Tisza river, an important site for freshwater fisheries. We book in to the Garden Hotel, across the river from the old part of ...
... per city, there are some places where his group are staying for fewer than twenty-four hours. Whilst this means that he gets to see many more places than us, it seemed odd that you might not even give yourself a chance to get to understand the ways of a place. Actually, on advice from a friend, we were originally only intending on spending a day in Vienna; however complications with a train booking meant that we ended up having an extra day here. I'm so glad that it ...
Long wait at airport
But I will not moan as I am experiencing the wonder of sitting in a chair in the sky
And I will celebrate
I will celebrate the Wright brothers for their ingenuity and courage and perseverance which have me wings to fly.
If you look up you might catch a glimpse of me flying over a foreign country!
Eating fake sausage and fake egg
But not being able to stomach ...
... peeked through the windows on the upper floor and were amazed at all the fanciness of the rooms! There were a lot of chandeliers and
plenty of gold paint everywhere!
We hopped on the subway to go to the main old town center where we walked around. We saw the most ginormous Catholic church EVER--Stephansplatz and got to go
inside where we saw ...