- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... mineral springs continuously flow and people just walk up and fill up their cups. I decided to take it slow and only get a small amount. Turns out it was the right call. It was gross. My last cup was at the geyser - it shoots 12 meters in the air and they have totally enclosed it in glass. After that we walked down the street and had lunch. I just had a simple chicken breast with rice. At this point though I needed a beer to settle ...
This is a beautiful Spa town . The hotels are spectacular , perched on cliffs .painted in beautiful colours Most were built 1880 when taking the waters was popular , but has been a spa town for hundreds of years .
There are many fountains of hot water for people to drink . They recommend that you use a teapot shaped cup to sip the water as you walk slowly .
They eh all looked silly , but the cup vendors happy .
there is a river flowing ...
... comfy chairs and socialized with some of the other passengers. We met several really nice people from all over. We have people from the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the U.K., Latvia, Ireland, and Mexico. Hors D'oeuvres were served while we waited for dinner.
Dinner began at 7:30 and every single passenger on the boat went to the dining room and ate all at the same time. We had a delicious 4 course meal. All four of us agreed the ...
From the incredibly elegant buildings and groomed parks of Vienna last weekend to an 11th Century castle in need of major repairs this weekend. These ranges of experience has helped make this exchange more than I could have envisaged or hoped for before leaving home.
Late Friday afternoon five boys from Brazil, Belgium, India, England and NZ joined seven Czech girls from the University Buddy System for a ...
Fichtelberg is our destination, but we're not going to the city. We're looking for an iron mine located somewhere outside this village. We divide ourselves in two groups. One of them will eat in a traditional place while the others visit the mine, and then we'll swap. I am in the group that went to the mine first, and we spend much time trying to find the mine (I ...