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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... about the Spanish Riding School the Wikipedia entry is very good. I have known about them for years and always wanted to see a performance and I wasn't disappointed. The Lipizzaners are specially trained horses, pure white in colour including their tails and manes. The horses are meticulously trained using traditional dressage techniques, and some that are not in the normal dressage repertoire. These movements are the airs above ...
... of our extremely tired state. It is also pretty overwhelming to all of a sudden be surrounded by a language you don't understand... So far in all of my travels I've been able to understand a decent amount of whatever language is spoken there. That's not really the case here. But that's okay! Because learning new things is the best! We went to bed super early last night and I slept super hard. Now, we we awake and clean and ready for some more ...
... modern metal structure it is today. After the rides we walked down to the Danube River. The river is 2872 km long and travels from Germany through to the Black Sea from Romainia. It is one of the longest rivers in Europe - maybe the longest. Boys are enjoying all the different things they see but also trying different foods. Food in Austria is fairly cheap with so many options. The bakeries are our favourite as you can get ...
... out of my hostel and went out for a pretty good breakfast at a little Slovakian restaurant. I was happy to get some ham and eggs for breakfast, it was a nice change from croissants or pastries.
I joined a free walking tour so that I could see some of Bratislava before heading off. It was a nice little city, but it was very little. We covered the whole city in two hours, but the tour probably could ...
... one of which was being played. If they were all going at once it would be a somewhat deafening experience.
Maree and Jeff headed off up to the fortress after Mass and Rob and I walked along the river to another little village where we stumbled upon yet another church – insignificant on the outside but jaw dropping inside. The weather had cleared and we were treated to great views of the Untersberg mountains with their snow covered ...