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... 20th century. A small hunting lodge and later summer residence of the Habsburg family was rebuilt after total destruction during the last Turkish attack in 1683. During construction work the project was expanded into an Imperial summer residence of the court. As such it represents the ascent and the splendour of the Habsburg Empire. At the peak of Habsburg power at the beginning of the 18th century, when imperial Vienna following the Turkish reflected its regained significance ...
... has smashed his space ship into, very modern. The old town is quite a distance from the modern city that we latter pass by. We dock at the entrance to the old town and with our new American friends Jill and Michael, we set forth to explore this new port of call ( I know over the top prose), we had about an hour and half to see this interesting place on foot and we succeed. We found this really interesting church that was blue and white, quite different in side from ...
... alike. Their specialty was a bread bowl of creamy garlic soup. Who could refuse? But by bread bowl, I mean a loaf of delicious round bread. And by garlic soup, I mean Yum. We ordered that and a traditional pork stew which was massive. They eat lots of pork here and I've been eating WAY too much of it. We managed to finish the meal except for the bread bowl. That could have fed 3 people alone. With wine, food, and beer and a sampling of the ...
... basically goes through it, in a 50km straight line through the trees, with almost no one around. That wouldn't be a good time for a flat huh! As I rode through the last villages of Austria, I was expecting a border, or at least something to mark the arrival in Slovakia. But nothing. Europe really has no borders. The only thing telling me I was now in Slovakia were ad boards...sad. The weather went darker, making the arrival in ...
... I spoke Slovak because it would make my day-to-day interactions much easier. I also got to FaceTime my mother to talk. I really miss her.
For lunch, we went to the mall for lunch and I had prosciutto-topped pizza. It was good, but I wasn't able to eat much because of how I was feeling. It seems that recently I am eating out of necessity rather than hunger. I ...