Promenade City Hotel
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... horses strut their stuff, dancing
better than I ever could to classical Austrian tunes. From the city we then visited the mother of all Habsburg extravagance at Schonbrunn Palace. From swamp to hunting ground to lavish royal house, the place is out of this world. Acres and acres of manicured gardens surround the 1000+ room palace complete with separate 4-storey breakfast building and private zoo. A nap on the lawn was required as ...
... trip, and returned to the ship for the cocktail hour with the captain and the Captains Dinner. We feasted on deconstructed Beef Wellington and prawns, then went dancing til after midnight. 7/15/14 Enroute to Nuremburg for our final day of touring, then packing. We took a bus tour through parts of the city and made a stop at the structure that was to have been Hitler's pride. According to our guide, this structure, which was nearly razed in the 60's or 70's ...
... out the door when streets are quiet. It gets so hot in the afternoon we both prefer to get an early start. Well I warned Jim but I think he thought I was exaggerating- it was a steep walk up the hill to the Castle and we were hot by the time we made it. Luckily we found a shady bench to cool down and read Rick Steves' walking tour of the Castle. There was a great vantage point of the Parliament building across the river, so of course I had to take several pictures. ...
... by and ate. I think the ‘kale’ soup had gluten in it and didn’t agree with me so I packed it up and took myself over to the Chain Bridge that connects the Buda side with the Pest side of Buda-pest.
I think this was so interesting that there happens to be a side called Buda and wonder what the meaning if of this word and how that might relate to Buddhism in anyway given I believe in the power of phonetics and that sounds have a certain innate ...
... fair. Plus, we still needed to work of some of that dinner from last night. On our walk to the bridge we passed by and briefly checked out the Central Market Hall. It reminded us of the Cleveland Market... just bigger. To get from Pest to Buda we crossed our third Danube River bridge: Szadadsag Bridge.
The climb up the hill did not take as long as I thought it would. We chose to take the trails instead of the road. At one point Johnny just started walking down ...