- Continental Breakfast
- Beverage Selection
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... became a great and beloved war leader.... and very rich one who built these palaces to rival those of the royal family. Mike definitely could live like this. We wandered into the center of city not knowing where we were going. This was frustrating for me and perfectly fine for Mike. He's a bit of a wanderer, while I prefer to have some sense of what we're doing. In the end, we found the magnificent State Opera ...
Two hours further on we stopped again, this time a 20 minute bathroom stop and I couldn't help myself, had to have one of the new espresso magnums, yum!!
A further two and a half hours saw us disembark from the coach at our hotel the Hilton Danube in Vienna.
From 4:00pm onwards we had free time so showered and did our laundry then headed for the bar. Had to put my IT Help Desk hat ...
... and we headed to Budapest that night by bus. We think the bus might have been privately owned as the driver exited the mall across from the bus terminal with two bags of laundry detergent, but we got there swiftly and safely, so it was worth the ten euro! Also, Budapest has a surprisingly navigable metro system, and we made it to our AirBnb early and with little hassle, putting the Budapest leg of our journey off to a good start. ...
... and throughout the park are statues/busts of S American leaders like Salvador Allende, Che Guevara and Simon Bolivar. It was very cold and windy today, not very pleasant at all so went back to the hotel and had dinner there. Wednesday 8th October A big day today. Got picked up from the hotel at 8.45am and taken to join other people on a day tour to the Wachau Valley, another WH site. Bus took us through good, well ordered farmland to Krems, a 1000 yr old port ...
... I snapped this shot hiding the camera from sight. Bit crooked but we got the idea.
A hearty climb to the top of Saint Peter’s Basilica gave us a bird’s eye view of the Vatican City and Rome.
On our way out we spotted ...