Hotel DaVinci Old Town
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... example, the timbers shoring up the mine shafts and tunnels are not nailed, but are pinned with wood, and over time the wood absorbs the salt in the air and goes like concrete, everything locks together, and it doesn't rot. Clever buggers eh!
The other thing that takes a while to sink in, is the features of the mine are carved from salt. The sculpture, chapel, chandeliers, pavers on the ground. Its a truly impressive place / piece of ...
... of the canoe. The gazebo for 16 going on 17, the yellow wall Maria sings I Have Confidence along, the lakes in St.Gilgin and Fuschl that are shown at the opening credits, the trees the children are climbing when their father drives by, the festival theatre they sing at the end, the Mirabell Gardens where the children walk along the fountain, tap a statues head and race through a green tunnel during Do Re Mi, and the cathedral in Mondsee where they get married. ...
... ours except for a format
Vaguely reminiscent of those we entered in China
Escalator in the middle, stores on both sides
Merchandise - Western...
And on to lunch - first old coffee shop, the famous Louvre, too busy
But in the 2nd, a free table
And we enjoy the Art Deco interior
And really very good food
Chicken Paprika and Pork Neck Bones and Gnocchi
And a blueberry layered tiramisu like heaven
And we roll on down the street ...
... employer. Apparently Stalin thought women were stronger and more resilient than men, which apparently made us better snipers. (How I don't know) Over 4000 women were recruited as snipers. Although the KGB was 120,000 strong so maybe that's not equal. He had wide selection of weapons and supplies which were standard issue and some pretty clever gadgets. A double barrel cigarette case, ballistic knives, and these little axes that doubled as chisels and could also be ...
... to the other side of the bridge, we stopped for some water. It was a hot day and the sun was shinning warm on us...okay, so it was sweltering. I am not even going to complain, because at least it wasn't raining. We happened upon a marionette shop and the kids were so excited. Ezra immediately found a hockey one, one of the most expensive dolls in the place, and started playing with it. Of course, the shipowner saw this and ran right over to Ezra to hook him even more. Uhhhhh! I ...