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... safely, Christina!
Patrick found us a nice and affordable hotel at a main transportation hub in the city. The bus to the airport stops right out front. After checking in, we had drinks with him in the lobby - which was beautifully decorated with sparkling lights and intimate, velvety furniture. We said goodnight. It was getting late and we had to be up early to catch the 7:00 bus. Patrick planned to meet us in the ...
... Paris. They were very nice. The home team won 3-1 and stayed for hours at the field to celebrate.
We went home for dinner. Patrick has cooked for and ate with us. I wonder if we'll remember how to take care of ourselves when we get home...!
After a bit, we went to the bar where the team and fans were expected to show up to continue their celebrations. Rumor has it that the bar was owned by Julius Weiss - the brother of my ...
... famous Marie Antionette. The vault resembles a sculpture of a large bed, with figures of them both semi-reclined on top, facing each other. One of the most popular tombs is that of Empress Elizabeth (1837-1898), who married her cousin Franz Joseph, Emperor of Austria. They enjoyed each other's company, but Sisi did not get along with her mother-in-law, who was also her aunt. She was known throughout Europe for her beauty and ...
Total mileage 172 Today was our longest day, overcast all day but we missed the rain. Walked the border villages between Hungary and Austria all day. Lunch time we came across a proper restaurant and had great coffee and pizza for lunch. Good accommodation, food cooked by the locals and lots of local red ...
Total mileage 153 We are still getting up at 5am to beat the heat but slowly the temperatures are falling. Reached a village mid morning thought we were having our picnic breakfast on the village green only to find out the benches and waterfall were in ...