Romantikhotel Im Weissen Roessl
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
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... station. We were extremely fortunate to find a nice young Czech man to help direct us to a bus stop where we could catch a bus to the main station, and use up some Czech Koruna coins in the process. We missed our train connection for the next leg, and had to wait two hours for the next train, but we had no set schedule for the day, so it wasn't a huge problem.
New Year's is a big deal in Vienna. The city sets up stages in nearly a dozen locations in the central ...
... It has a baroque majesty about it created in part by several Prince-Archbishops who all managed major building programs leaving over 100 churches, castles, and palaces in the village.
There were great Christmas markets in city and photos to be taken of the Convent from 'The Sound of Music'. Long day but interesting. Ros enjoyed it more than any other day I think.
While we were in Salzburg the AmaVerde cruised from Linz into Passau and docked for the ...
... we will always remember.
Jan put on her "travel agent hat" and we visited a couple of hotels. One hotel Jan knew about and the others were "finds" based upon looks alone. As Jan talked to the front office people to get brochures, Don would "wander off" to look at hallways, rooms, and anything he could find. After getting back together, we would search for reviews on Trip Advisor using our Nexus.
... 6 years younger...*****! Picked up the term 'cluster****' from Jan. Our first beer was the weiss or white beer, followed by the dark or smoked beer. The former was better but no great raves by anyone about the local quaff.
Back to the hotel for final bike trip prep. The Aeroplan was now functional though the computer generally has not been 'vite vite'. Still in shorts but put on my Aussie rugby jersey as a concession to the cool air downhill.
... I finally tried some Trdelnik which is found just about everywhere in the Czech Republic. It's like a pastry they wrap around a wooden Rollin pin on a metal stick, then. They put it over hot coals and it spins to cook. They also roll it into a bit of cinnamon and sugar. The result was a tasty pastry cylinder thing that was crunchy on the outside and slightly doughy towards the inside. It came time to meet up with our guide and sure enough, we ...