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... your with the love of your life. My hubbys wonderful. I love him. He's such great company and fun to be with. I push him in the snow so he slips and he pushes me back....but harder. Lucky. Bless us. Resting up before supper now. Going to visit the Jewish quarters tomorrow. A must to see and an experience we will cherish. I wonder what's for supper tonight? Can't ...
... pictured with prices and went we got down there it turns out you had to pay for any sides. So basically your id for meat and then had to get salad and potatoes on top of that. Was very nice and seems much healthier than fried food which you do end up getting a lot of over here. Once we had finished we headed back up and found it was raining even more. We got a bit drenched and we had been thinking about meeting up with some people from the tour who were doing a ...
... tour guide by my side - yes sir, here it is! Like a good boy, he held up the traffic on the main road while we backed out of our predicament and went in the right way. Our host told us we were very lucky, that at the end of the month they book everyone for anything they can. You can't imagine how hot I was feeling by this stage, so walk through the door of our room at Krumlov House was a dream come true. With walls of 1 metre thickness, built into the Sid elf the ...
... No roads. All waterways and alleys leading to nowhere. Walked around aimlessly for 45 minutes until we found the address to our hotel, called the Art Academy Venice Hotel. Looked like a war-torn abandoned house made of concrete. Completely vacant. Correct address and everything…even used Data, loads of it, to get where we were. Called hotel's number, no answer. Called headquarters, said check-in was over and that they also tried calling the hotel in Venice but to ...
... of the city. As sunset approached, we not only took great pictures but also enjoyed the serenity of the view. What a picturesque city. When the sun had set, and our bellies once again rumbling we headed to a smokey little spot for a quick bite before heading back towards the bridge. We wanted to make sure we saw all the sites lit up at night. After a full day and countless miles and stairs, it was time to pack it in for the night. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility