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... own. Thus, we end up using a sort of a sign language. Somehow it has always had a happy end – the guests finding the way (or being guided) to their room, and even a happier one, paying their bill.
Hm, I suppose if I donīt succeed in teaching English, I could also make a career in a silent theater.
3) Some guests are just a bit more demanding that it is necessary.
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... I visited the house of Freud in which he lived and worked for 47 years. His waiting and consulting rooms, the study and library, and his daughter Anna's waiting and consulting rooms were all accessible. Unfortunately, his famous couch was brought to London when he fled Austria during World War II and it remains there today. The foyer and waiting room were left almost untouched with the original furniture and ...
... my iPad but there was a beautiful view of the lake and a seriously well set up campsite (if they had facilities like this in Australia I'd seriously camp all the time). Another scenic drive later (so, so stunning) we found ourselves in Budapest. What a cool city! I spent the day hanging out with some friends from home, hooning around Margaret island on a four wheel bike, traipsing through jaw dropping cathedrals and being spontaneously serenaded by an ...
... are majestic and well maintained. Transport around this large city is efficient whether by tram, underground or bus. There is an abundant selection of tourist attractions to suit all tastes – even a display of Linda McCartney’s photographs at one of the museums. This city would be one we could easily visit again.
We now head towards Poland for another much anticipated visit – to Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum in ...
... a very sleek sports car whizz up to one of these double doors, press an opener and three point turn in the small cobbled street right next to where we were eating and gun the car though the impossibly narrow gap into one of these hidden courtyards. Maybe it was all for show but we were impressed.
Sunday was spent stooging around the main city precinct on our way to enjoy a cruise on the Danube. On route we saw a very old ...
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