Ibis Vienna Airport
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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We left the boat for a walk around the tiny town of Burnstein which has approx. 500 inhabitants, very picturesque place, has history of Ric*************heart which I've included in the photo's.
This afternoon we will be sailing to Melk, where we are visiting the Melk Abbey, famous for it's Benedictine, a beautiful liquor. so I'll leave this and start another from Melk. We'll be sailing through the Wachua district, and there ...
... the United Nations. In 1979 it got its first underground train network, the U-Bahn which has continued to grow. Vienna was noted also for its transportation when in 1976 the Reichensbrücke (Reich bridge) over the Danube collapsed suddenly one morning, killing one person. It is thought that the collapse was due to structural failure as a consequence of Soviet tanks during the occupation at the end of the Second World War thirty years previously. At this point in the ...
... these alternatives: Budapest, Slovakia, Italy or Germany! We are going exploring tonight as our motel is right in the heart of the city !!! Pretty exciting. Mark has continued to excel when picking hotels. We walked down to the Hofburg Palace where there are amazing bronze and marble sculptures I took some photos. We saw St Peters Cathedral and also the Andalusian Horse Area. ...
... an incredible way to round off our first day in this great city. Our feet had taken a battering after a walking tour, queues and standing in the opera but we refused to give them a rest, no matter how much they protested. The following morning we made our way towards the oldest zoo in the world, a few miles outside the city. It does not have as many species as Berlin zoo but the enclosures were larger and the animals were more lively, particularly the penguins who ...
... day I drive over Ou Kaap se Weg with its own horror stories!)
Anyway the verse: And behold, I am with you and will keep watch over you with care, take notice of you wherever you may go, and I will bring you back to this land; for I will not leave you. Genesis 28:15
And then my friend Mavis sent me a verse out the blue as well on the day I left:
And the hand of our God was upon us, and He delivered us from the enemy and ...