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... of Paris. I tried to be enthused to see some more of the city, but was feeling rather worn, so I had more chocolate cake and walked back early and had an easy night.
The next day I was to see the Schronbrunn Palace and I'm beginning to think that I need a palace. It was again opulent and beautiful and there's lots of space an grounds and gardens and this one had a zoo. I would like a palace and tiger. After spending a few hours at the palace I rode the ...
... English speaking channels available our viewing options were limited so it was Eurosport (again) on mute to watch the Alpine events from Innsbruck. There is only so much of this one can take so the tv went off and w went out for a walk to find a venue for our final holiday dinner. With nearly everything closed our options were limited. The Levante Greek restaurant looked a winner so there we sat for the Viennese ...
... We hopped onto the train and found our own booth. I fell asleep and then woke up when we had to get off in Salzburg. We hopped off, purchased lunch and then got onto the next trains. This was nicer but what was interesting was the staff uniform. They looked like they were air hostess. It was funny. With that odd hat that they wear. Looks like a paper boat. We hopped on there and waited till our stop. Nadzha got confused with the train stops and when we got off, the conductor ...
... comfortable. It is designed to make its own people comfortable.” ~ Clifton Fadiman
Comfort is over-rated anyway. Too much gives you cramp.
"I despise winter, for it is the season of comfort." ~ Arthur Rimbaud.
There's nothing like the end of the day when you're on the tramp. Your road-worn feet glow with respite as you lay back on whatever bed you happen to nab that night. Happy feet! Luckily for us, we have been looked after again ...
What a breakfast, the food counter and kitchens were a room on their own, the variety was astounding.
Waiting in the foyer for our pick up for our tour of the city and Schonbrunn Castle, the summer palace. We were driven around Vienna by our driver Hans and the Austrian version of Joseph, Charles. He talked and pointed out sights of interest but never stopping any of them. He made very humorous comments amongst his commentary which often had us giggling. ...
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Loved Lucia Hotel
This hotel is a brilliant price in vienna. The city is expensive, but this hotel provides a top class stay in a modern large room, great beds, and well above average bathroom for a below average price. The only slightly down point is it is not in walking distance to the major tourist attractions, but it is 3 mins walks from the underground which will take you in to the major sights in less than 10 mins. All in all, brilliant stay, and such friendly helpful staff. we loved it.