Am Sachsengang Hotel
Travel Blogs from Gross-Enzersdorf
... so it was in their own interest to get involved. That was the beginning of the end for the Ottoman Empire - things declined rapidly after that - a series of less able Sultans took over, and the religious right gained more power. The European Christian countries were no longer under threat from the Ottomans. We've included a few miscellaneous photos from the museum. These include a stereoscope for Loyd and a horse tricycle for Naomi and ...
Well we had a bit of a lie in today, before heading to the next door bakery for breakfast. We navigated the Subway again, and we went to Schönbrunn palace. We were greeted with quite a large queue, but decided to take the shorted queue and do the self service tickets... To be told we couldn't get into the palace for over 3 hours!! No thanks... We decided to walk round as much of it as we could, and we were able to explore the gardens.. When ...
... city. We headed that way but then we came across a grill restaurant that had 500grams of meat for 9.90 euros. We decided that option sounded more fulfilling and cheaper. We went in and discovered that it was a middle eastern restaurant. They reassured us that the meal was sufficient for two people. They suggested we get sides like a salad. I didn't feel like a salad so I asked for fries. When the food arrived, there was so much to choose from. There was sausages, ...
... if bemused! Not sure what that means. I can resell the bike back to them so all is not lost! I will take it for a ride in the prater gardens today. Other food – schnitzel (of course), gulasch, and bratwurst/frankfurter/lebarkase with brot and mustard! The cakes really are spectacular, I wonder why Austrians are so slim! Weather perfect, warm, cool in the evenings, sunny cloudy.
Hope you are all ...
... us into the same place he stayed in Rome 30 years before with his Contiki tour.
The total kilometres travelled in the car was 7,546 km (in a nice Alfa Romeo Giuletta) and Michael did a particularly awesome job in the crazy Italian traffic! Karen (our GPS legend) helped us superbly along the way (actually ,we'd be completely and literally lost without her - particularly in Italy where the street signs are VERY few and far between). ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking