Ramada Vienna South
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... from the Hofburg Palace, showcases the grandeur and opulence of the Habsburgs' collected artwork in an absolutely beautiful building built in 1888 to house it. Tim was enraptured as he showed me Northern European Art by Durer, Rubens, Bruegals and others. We spent a little less time viewing the Italian, Spanish and French art since we have seen so much of it in the past few months. After a sumptuous American ...
... from Natalia. We are so appreciative of her incredible hospitality in making sure we were comfortable, well fed, and knowing where to go in the city. In fact, this morning before Milica woke up, Natalia spent time trying to explain to us how we should get to the bus station tomorrow. She was really concerned that we wouldn't be able to figure it out and we tried to explain to her with gestures that we could see ...
... seeing lambourginis and such going by. Well we've now arrived at the accommodation. We had to turn off the highway with about twenty kms to go. I could tell it was remote as the last 11 kms the road was one way and we were going up and up through the forest. The vehicle satnav didn't know the destination so I had to key in the latitude and longitude. Know wonder it didn't know where we were going as we finally emerged ...
... system. Other than taking the dog across town to the vet and buying bulky items at IKEA, we haven't missed not having a car at all. For those few instances, we can suck it up. Because of the public transportation system, there are less cars in this city than most cities of this size in the U.S. Traffic jams are the exception rather than the rule. And streetcars have the right of way over everything else. Pedestrians have the right of way when in a crosswalk, cars will stop even if ...
... crusade. We disembarked from our cruise at the ancient town of Krems. A crest on the Medieval Gate (Steiner Tor) has the Roman Numerals for 1489 on it. Even earlier than that, Krems is mentioned in a certificate of Holy Roman Emperor Otto the Third in 995. But the earliest evidence of settlement is a child's grave found here, which is over 27,000 years old! We walked the Main Street of this ancient town, stopping for coffee at an outside cafe, then boarded our train back to ...