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Over the past few days I have been in contact with my Uncle Stuart who has very kindly offered for us to stay with them today! It will be amazing to see my family, their home and have a good catch up! We didn't sleep great last night, whether it was the heat or the excited feeling In my tummy I'm not sure! Again we were up early doors and we got ready to go, we both needed extra showers this morning as the night was so hot so I had mine first, Simon decided ...
... It was very much like the markets found in Vienna.
Finally, it was time to leave. We, however, lingered for another fifteen minutes, and, upon determining that we were waiting at the wrong bus stop, began a run over a bridge crossing the Danube, which broke into a full-blown sprint as we saw our bus rounding the corner of the highway. Bookending our day in the same way it had begun, we made it to the bus with perhaps seconds to spare, and headed back to Vienna.
... Vienna. After being teased with the smell of pizza the night before, we set off for some slices in the Centrum. We weren't disappointed! After that it was a hunt for some delicious apple strudel! We rejected a few strudels when they didn't look up to snuff, and finally settled on a place under one of the museums. This strudel was worth the wait! Another long day ended back at Hotel Mozart around 10pm. We're all packed and ready to head to Cesky Krumlov, Czech ...
... of a big hill – but after all of the walking today we thought it wouldn’t be good for Lee’s knee to walk right in, but we thought we would walk a little up the hill for a closer look. We got a little ways up the hill when there was a 'ticket office’, but nothing barring our ascent up the hill. So we stopped, because we assumed we needed a ticket, but we walked just a few steps past the office for a better vantage point to see the castle, and ...
... at risk of losing our stuff when in town the next day, we did the obvious thing; we packed up got the heck out of there! We checked our van park guide which told us that the closest van parks were just over the border in Austria or just over the other border in Hungary. As we were heading to Hungary anyway, we headed south. Funnily, it took us all of 45 minutes to get through Bratislava, over the border and 15 km further on to the alternate site.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet