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... will stay with me forever. Sadly it's our last day in Europe. What an amazing, wonderful holiday we have had! So many beautiful places we have seen, memories that we will forever cherish. However as much as we have both loved this holiday and indeed caught the travel bug, we are both ready to go home. We both miss our family, Schultz, our bed all the things that go with home. After all this city travel I can't wait to have some space, to walk in the bush and ...
... international airport with no free wifi? Melbourne domestic has free wifi. Not pleased. Its nice to be heading out of Istanbul. We saw most of the big tourist sights and I had a pretty good time, but the food was pretty bad and everything looked dirty. It will be nice to see somewhere new. I think dad would really like it here. Lots of buildings to look at and neighborhoods to walk around. More his sort of area ...
... is starting to get adjusted. She has been very unsettled with all these new experiences and the major disruptions to her routine. Additionally, she has an identity crisis. For nine years, she has been a Keeshond, but now, everyone is calling her a Wolfspitz. She's not sure how she likes the sound of that yet. Either way, she is a head turner out on the street. Everyone wants to touch her. Austrians are not as cold and distant as reputed when it comes to doggies. Tschuss, ...
We went across the road for a coffee (and a beer - as you all know I only have 1-2 teas or coffees per day) and caught up. That night we walked a couple of blocks around the corner to an Austrian Restaurant (recommended by the boys at reception). David had pork medallions in peppercorn sauce and I had grilled pike-perch (or was it perch-pike). Yum Yum Yum.
The next morning David (being an early riser) left the room at about 0715 (oh, and the room wasn't ...
... marking the end of the display. It was spectacular. Next we walked to the Charles Bridge which was built in 1357. It has two beautiful gate houses on either side and is decorated with 30 statues dating back to the 18th century. We walked the length of the bridge towards Prague Castle, before crossing back over another bridge and heading back to pick up our car. On the way to Austria we stopped at Kutna Hora, which in the 14th ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool