Pension Neuer Markt
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... in terms of it's grandeur. At the end of the main concourse stood the even more impressive Neptune Fountain. The temptation to jump into the cool waters was difficult to resist because by this point in the day temperatures had rocketed to thirty degrees. Our feet (little more than stumps now) were grateful when we headed back to the hostel but the rest of us was sad to leave this beautiful place. We finished our time in Vienna with a trip to a popular ice ...
... was people watching behind me. He made eye contact with a fellow passing by who felt like giving him a smooch. Suddenly, I hear a commotion of flip flops slapping and movement. It was Tommy ducking and moving sideways out of the path of the smooch! I turned around mid-movement to see him and I thought he had slipped. He regaled me with ...
... the towering church steeples above row-upon-row of windows adorned with stone-patterns. This gave off the impression that the city was outrageously expensive, whilst the prices of food proved it. Since we were away from Korona land and back in the unrelenting world of the Euro, we decided that the best port of call for lunch would be a box of noodles from Easy Japanese. Finding a nice spot on the curb, me and Alex spent the time ...
... hill/mountain and the views were ........ I just can't find another adjective, stunning - there you go. Today we woke early and headed into the Vienna itself and explored some of the magnificent buildings and somehow found our way back to the amazing food at the markets. The best food I reckon I've tasted on holiday so far (sorry mum!) and so does my waistline! Tonight we meet up its our friends we left in Prague ...
... the basement of the shop.
Well...perhaps this area used to be a more publicly accessible spot, but it was clearly barred with a rope barrier in front of the door on the day we chose to visit.
Let's just say, I was fully prepared to play up the "dumb American," should we have been caught.
What we found inside was a set-up of the most awe-inspiring, sugary statues that I think we'll ever see. The room looked like ...