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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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Another great day on the Danube River. It was a full sailing day but not uneventful. It was a full day of lectures, food tastings, locks, galley visit and just enjoying the river
The pictures will show you the locks.
We had a commentary by our 4 tour guides about life under communism. They were all young but told ...
... on our New Years and stay here. Maybe it's more fun in the summer when everyone parties on barges on the Sava River before it flows into the Danube. Again, the first night was fun. We met the owner's nephew, Alexander, who had worked 2 summers in Alaska and spoke English. He also had asthma and suffered in silence. His 7 best friends all smoke. And strangely, he's been to Milwaukee and Madison and even partied on State St. in Madison! ...
... again, who sent someone up to fix it. He also brought a tray of orange sodas and apples. How sweet! For lunch, we enjoyed Coke zero, Shopska salad (our new local favorite), black spaghetti with calamari and a delicious crime brûlée raspberry desert for 3300 dinars. This country is beautiful, friendly, and so affordable! We shopped a bit back at the mall our hotel is located in, then returned to the room. I hope we have more memorable days like today on this ...
... from the other night, but they were somehow even better the second time around - the goose liver parfait tasted extra rich and delicious, and the pork neck had been perfected, this time being juicy and having a crispy crust. The service here was also top notch, as realizing that we had been here before, our server asked us which desserts we had the other night, to ensure we got to sample something new tonight.
Tonight marks the end of our time in ...
... with lots of statues. This leads to a brick building which looks like a community centre
Not much of a resting place but it had red drapes at the entrance. The interior was a indoor botanical garden with lots of greenery. To one side was an exhibition gallery
The gallery had lots of batons from ...