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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... in San Marco square. This place was a true gem. Behind the palace walls was room upon room of the most decadent artwork covering the walls and ceilings. It is also home to the largest piece of artwork in the world. This museum was much more than a palace - it included a rich history of Venice's politics and the royal family and included access to the old prison cells and weapons used in war. This city has a colourful history and through my walking ...
With an early start from Munich, we boarded a train to Salzburg, Austria. Although it was drizzling, we were able to make the most of the day and explore this beautiful city. With the train station being a few miles from the heart of the city, we were able to stroll along the Salzach River and explore many of the local vendors along the river.
The walkway along the river brought us directly to the Old Town (Alstadt). The main street (Getreidgasse) held many different shops ...
... price and good for a year. The Czech Republic has a vignette system for their autoroutes but not understanding any Czech at all, written or spoken, we blissfully drove to Prague and out again to Germany without ever comprehending that we needed a vignette. I am uncertain how vignette enforcement occurs in the Czech Republic but since we entered and departed in a few days just before Christmas maybe the toll police were off on holidays. Thank goodness. ...
... Slovenian meal while watching the sun go down over the lake. After a brief walk into town, back to the hotel for the night.
The next day was a real highlight for all of us on the trip. Every hour of the day far exceeded my expectations of what I would see in Slovenia. The first stop was a gorge Becky had read about, only about 20 minute drive from the hotel. It was an amazing walk along the river, where a trail was ...
... down – about 700 or so each way. At the steepest point the steeps were at about a 45 degree angle, which is pretty significant. On the way back down they had actually cut a tunnel through the ice as well which was really cool to walk through. Since the discovery of they cave there was a wall built with a door on the entrance, which I am sure makes the nature of the ice in the cave less natural as it grows and shrinks each year with the ...