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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... in the astronomical clock then indicates the daily and annual movement of the moon. The calendar dial is located below the astrolabe. Its perimeter is divided into 365 small fields. The calendar plate is filled with 24 medallions to show the months with animal signs.
Oh well, I just copied that from the story that came with the small replica Astronomical Clock I bought. It doesn't ...
... If we were staying longer we certainly would have made a few purchases.
After browsing a few restaurant menus we finally found one with an English menu. It turned out to be quite upmarket with fabulous food, fine local wines, attentive service and a gypsy string three piece. We had a wonderful meal and spent very little so returned to our apartment very pleased with ourselves, refreshed and ready for our trip to Krakow the next day.
... of the Augarten park. I was driving the first part of today's journey and we picked up the motorway easily. The urban landscape quickly cleared as we left Vienna behind us, driving northwards into the greenery of the Austrian countryside and closer to the border with the Czech Republic. As we approached the end of Austria, the motorway narrowed to become first a national road, then a single laned carriageway, interspersed with roadworks and contra flows. A series ...
I'm writing this on a bus somewhere in a small town in the Chezk (how do you spell that?) [Editor's note: Czech, you dumbass] Republic. We just left a church filled with human bones. Not just piles of bones, but bones arranged in chandeliers and other decorative hangings. Someone just said people are dying to get in there. Trust the Canadians to come up with that.
Yesterday was a really, really good day. It's amazing what a solid eight hours ...
... are candle holders made out of human bone, sculptures on the wall out made from skulls, chandeliers made out of, you've guessed it, real human skeleton! It was pretty amazing to see! After the chapel we wondered around the rest of the town, visiting other churches, cathedral, and various museums. It rained the entire time so a quick sneaky bakery visit was required! I couldn't tell you what we bought though! We only had about half a day here thought before it was time to catch the ...