Reinhart Hotel in Prien am Chiemsee
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... the Palaces. Hofburg and the Schonbrunn. Both are amazing. Of course they are!! But From everything I've ever heard, most of these people weren't very happy. It's the age-old adage; money doesn't buy happiness. I hope you'll enjoy seeing the pictures though. Relaxing tonight and packing for our next chapter where Steve will meet sone of his Slovakian relatives. I'm so excited for him. (Me too). Not sure what our wifi situation will be, so till then . . . Auf ...
... to be
22. Someone who can help you make difficult decisions, and be there if you chose the wrong path
21. Someone to focus on that isn't you...which, let's face it, most of us focus on ourselves too much.
20. Someone to set goals with.
19. Someone to come home to.
18. Having a partner...life is easier with someone by your side,
17. Someone to listen.
16. Having your best friend there for you...all the time
15. Someone to ...
... The entire evening was Spectacular! As we sat there, Steve turned to me and said "not bad for a boy from 'sLiberty and a girl from Lincoln Place,huh?" (Those are the neighborhoods we grew up in Pittsburgh.)
Finally, after such "grandeur", on our way back to our Pension, just for our dear friends, the Lanes and the Robinsons, we found one more reason for you to visit Vienna. A Wiener World!!
Love, Steve and ...
Left Munich behind today...took awhile...the parade for the beginning of Oktoberfest and to showcase the various parts of Bavaria was happening this morning and our bus could not make it to within 2 miles of the hotel...actually it is a new bus to us...our bus driver was cleaning and vaccuming the bus while we were enjoying beer at Oktoberfest and another bus backed into him..took out the ...
... statue and the steps where the mini Von Trapps practiced 'Do Re Mi'! Maybe another day. The lovely Hilly arrived from her hometown of Hatting which is near Innsbruck. I met Hilly and her friend Alex in Morocco earlier this year so today was a great opportunity to catch up. We wandered through the old town catching up on all the news of the past six months. We stopped for lunch at a great little tavern (hope thats the right word for it?) in ...