Hotel Max Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... do a work/travel think in the States. It seems a pretty popular thing to do for a lot of the people we've met who live here. There's some sort of program with their universities. We told her about the Wisconsin Dells but she's dead set on working at a camp in New York. Why, I'll never know. :)
Today, we plan on going to some small villages near here for some wine tasting. The wine here is good and cheap. I'll never understand why it ...
After looking through the pictures, I am so glad Peter had my camera. He has a great eye and there is actually a picture of me that I like! (That is super rare!) You’ll see it as my profile picture later. Also, his pictures of the city are breathtaking. He joked all day about "getting the right angle" and now I know what he means. I have pictures of the same buildings, but these are ...
... Shared lots of stories and experiences. Around 9 we went to the sun deck to watch as we transited the first of 67 locks for this cruise. This was our first such experience - it was impressive, even if slow, to watch. The Gabcikovo Dam/locks involve a 20 meter (~66') rise. We were told that, while not the highest locks on the trip, these are the largest in terms of capacity. We transited with another large river boat with a combined length of probably more than 800'. The ...
... br> When we arrived, we were intrigued and surprised with the city. It took us but a short while to get to our hostel, as Troy's amazing navigational skills once again led us to out desired point within minutes of our set out departure. Once we arrived at Hostel Blues we were welcomed by an amazingly hospitable employee offering us pivo (beer) and sharing her remarkable enthusiasm for the city! Perhaps things weren't so bad here and we just were ...
... It was very much like the markets found in Vienna.
Finally, it was time to leave. We, however, lingered for another fifteen minutes, and, upon determining that we were waiting at the wrong bus stop, began a run over a bridge crossing the Danube, which broke into a full-blown sprint as we saw our bus rounding the corner of the highway. Bookending our day in the same way it had begun, we made it to the bus with perhaps seconds to spare, and headed back to Vienna.