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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After no sleep (which meant contacting friends from back home at 04.30 in the morning!), no dinner last night and arriving at our hotel at 02.00, we decided that we should go to breakfast early. We thought our breakfast in Frankfurt was amazing - we hadn't even began to touch on the amount of food we had at the Pullman Hotel. Breakfast consisted of two helpings which included bread, herb potatoes, sausage, ...
... up the cable car was an experience in itself, in a cramped Communist-era rust bucket that seemed to be held together by thumb tacks and duct tape - we were quite happy to have actually survived the trip without plummeting to our deaths! The advantage of taking this death trap to the top was that we saved a ton of time and energy on the hike, making our journey much easier, at least in theory.
However, we should have learned by ...
... a renovated old town and a few huge historical buildings (and the ruins of a castle actually built by Vlad "Dracula" Tepes). We saw the parliament building (largest government building in the world, second only to the Pentagon!) and then got on the road as we were staying in Transylvania that evening. The trip took about 3 hours through beautiful countryside. The further out from the big city you get the more you have to share the roads with horse carts, old men on bikes and flocks ...
... but has lived his adult life in London. Mick has an intelligent, rapid-fire wit with a laugh that is warm, infectious and unmistakably his own. He is ALWAYS upbeat, pleasant and welcoming. He is a music fan and a traveler who has passed through Kerrvjlle, Fredericksburg and Austin while riding The Southern Tier, a transAmerican bike ride. Mick's the Real Deal and I have really enjoyed getting to know him. Mick's brother, Patrick, joined us in Vienna ...
... other two were delicious and so I bought several of each to take with me.
He then proceeded to pick up a round of cheese with his bare hands and wrapped it in a plastic bag. I decided to just not look at his hands as he wrapped my cheese and sausages. I considered it as part of my adventure and happily accepted my purchase from him.
Our last stop was at the National World War I Memorial. It is a very impressive structure and stands very high. I was unable to give ...