Hotel Lenas Donau
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... to the actual Hofburg Palace, which was the winter residence of the Habsburgs. We visited thte palace apartments, the museum of “Sisi” (the beloved wife of Emperor Franz Josef, the last emperor of the Hapsburg dynasty, and the Imperial Treasury (a bit of a disappointment as there were only a few crowns and broaches, with some missing their gems, some guilded capes and scepters and a lot of religious icons).
The story of Sisi was a ...
... appearance here. The morning training is open to the public. It doesn't have the glamor or comprehensiveness of the gala performances, but the exercises are done to music and it's a cheap and easy way to see the horses undertaking some of their moves. Close by is Hofburg Palace, another very regal white building atop of which are stunning green domes surrounded by golden figures. It once housed some of ...
... and Skrillex are passionately ******* on the hotel floor; deadmau5 is just lying on the floor while Skrillex ***** him in the ass with his massive schwanz. Skrillex explodes in deadmau5’s ass and then bends to lick the cum out.
Thomas and Guy Man are still really hard as they watch this massive cocktease. Guy Man pushes Thomas into the bathroom and pulls off his boxers and starts to **** him in the ...
Back to the land of German speakers and the euro today. The rain is unrelenting and follows us all the way from Cesky Krumlov to Vienna. There is a large group of busabout trainees or "freshers" as well as travellers who elect to go on a walking tour when we arrive.
Andrea our guide is quite a character and we learn a few tips:
"look at these sculptures ladies every muscle is defined"
"the famous white horses are born black and after four years ...
... to see the propaganda that had been used and the newspaper clippings and the like that had reported what was going on during the war. There were also other pieces that had been saved, apparently all of the articfacts and clippings displayed in the exhibition were saved as the Austrians believed that they would win and that they would need these to document their triumph. There were also a few stories about ordinary citizens and their lives during the war. Although ...