Lindner Hotel Am Belvedere
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... we saw old monasteries and an old castle where the English King Ric*************hearted was held prisoner until freed by his minstrel Blondel. At Spitz we boarded a boat that took us upriver to the ancient town of Melk. Again more ruins of forts, the Schönbühel Castle set on a rock ledge right next to the river and next to it is the Schönbühel Monastery. Castle is fairly small but in a lovely spot. Got off the boat here and went to ...
... ordered half-liters. These are the sandwiches I had:
- Thunfisch mit Ei (tuna fish with egg)
- Ei mit Ei (egg with egg)
- Champignon (mushroom with egg)
- Krabben mit Ei (crab with egg)
- The Graben: beautiful street with a Plague Column and many eateries (including the nearby Trzesniewski Buffet)
- Peterskirche: church along the Graben. We arrived ...
... to Vienna, ride the bikes! Don't even bother with the train or tram. The city has 120 bike docking stations, and under your first hour is completely free. So as long as you get from 1 station to another one within 60 minutes, your travel is completely free! You can literally get around the entire city for FREE! After riding the tube in London for 5 days, that is pretty nice ...
... women who have given up their lives in the service of others and do it all with a smile on their face. I am so blessed to have been able to get connected with this group of nuns. This wrapped up my final day in Rome. I was so tired from the past few days I forgot to say goodbye…but I’ll be back soon I hope.
On Monday morning, we had our last day of classes. Both were pretty relaxing and it was starting to hit people that we would be leaving soon. Monday afternoon ...
... II and kings of Holy Roman Empire and their 16 children here (Wikipedia is better) but it signifies an important landmark in Austrian history and it was an important place for the famous composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart as he performed there when he was 6. Anyway the palace was incredibly large and just outside of the palace are all the Christmas markets and the crowd. Usually there will be snow around Vienna during ...