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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
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... examples of newly developing Baroque art, Schönbrunn was one of the most important building projects of the capital and residency.The ample Baroque gardens with their buildings (Gloriette, Roman ruins etc.) and statuary testify to the palace's imperial dimensions and functions. The original intention, when they were laid out in the 18th century, was to combine the glorification of the House of Habsburg with a homage to nature. The Orangery on the east side of ...
... baroque interiors. We passed crumbling old regime buildings that were no longer used with amazing soviet style sculpture on the building. We wandered into the main market square and up through the medieval streets to the top of the twin and back again. We did not make it to the fortress but we did see it rising above the town glowing in the twilight. We arrived back on board glad we had a chance to see the the town and ready to see Budapest in the morning. Another great ...
... it set us back $25 or less. We're in the big city now!
But we seem to be on somewhat of a snake diet lately. You know, where you don't eat for a few weeks and then eat a suckling pig? OK, it's not that bad, but we seem to be eating twice a day lately, which is working out for us. We eat a late breakfast and then with the sightseeing we don't eat until late afternoon, which ends up being our dinner sometimes.
There seems to ...
... gloomy. Away goes the German and Austrian tidiness, and in comes the eastern style, chaotic and cold! But Bratislava people make up for it by being very welcoming and warm, and they also speak perfect English! I spent the night enjoying local specialties in a traditional tavern, then riding in the rain in the historic center of Bratislava, where a lot of caves were flooded due to intense storm today. Tomorrow I shall tour the city ...
... this. While we were eating, a man walked by with a "dog" on a leash. I promise you it was a wolf.
After returning to the office, I continued my work on the computer until it was time to head back to the house. All in all, it was an uneventful day. This evening will be filled with resting, reading, and Proverbs 4 with Tabitha. Sorry there isn’t more to say. ...