Courtyard Prague Airport
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Today is it- the final day. My feet are SO ready for me to sit for 10 hours! It's been a lot of walking, but it has been worth it. What a trip. Today I woke up in Vienna! Jeanne and I took the train to Stephanplatz and walked down to the Hofburg Palace. We wandered around, marveling at the opulence of our surroundings. Then it was time to visit the …
... There were lots of boring stairs. Another day we went up a funicular. It is a little tram that drives up a mountain. We saw more gardens and fruit trees. There's a tower that Dad and Alexander went up and a rose garden. We picked some fruit on the trip down but I didn't taste it because I didn't know if it was deadly or not. Alexander tasted it and said it was ...
... Camembert etc. The next day we wandered up to the town square and found some wonderful markets,with the freshest fruit and veges ever seen. We bought strawberries,cherries,blackberries and took them back to the hotel for lunch Later after a short rest,we ventured back to the markets,and sampled the German sausages (wild boar or deer). 2nd July Today departed for Budapest by coach, stopping at Bratislavia (capital of Slavarkia ) for lunch at abeautiful ...
... balcony. As it turns out, he would not have been a very imposing monarch by today's standards as he could walk through the balcony door wearing heels and a crown - all the guys in our group were forced to stoop. Interesting note - we found Jas two fellow inhabitants of Okotoks, one of whom had moved from Vancouver Island, taking the saying 'it's a small world' to a whole new ...
Running out of activities to do and being told that yet again it is a public holiday (celebrating the end of the war in the Czech/Slovakia) we head to the sex machine museum to see all sorts of weird gadgets from back in the day. It wasn't a huge museum and I probably wouldn't pay to go again.
I wander the streets and stop for more coffee and a wee taste of a cinnamon scroll to say I've tried it (yum) and go back to Svejk for lunch. More dumplings and I brave a ...