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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... May and Allan Barber. It has been so enjoyable to have been able to spend these last two weeks touring the waterways of Europe with May and Allan, and we look forward to being able to catch up with them to compare notes when we get back to Perth in only a week and a half from now (where has the time gone?). This cruise was the longest we have undertaken at 13 days and, while we ...
... Melk Abbey, built between 1702 and 1736. This is an enormous complex. The corridor that goes along the guest wing is over 200m long! The guest wing was used by visiting royalty and their entourages and today is a museum. Had some beautiful treasures from times gone by on display, chalices with gems, old vestments that are still used at Christmas and Easter, a reusable coffin and old texts. There is a lovely dining hall in this wing that had the ceiling painted ...
... TV shows and games, all available in English. There was also wifi and power outlets, We couldn't quite believe out eyes. The hostess came round and offered newspapers and magazines, unfortunately all in Czech. Then, just when we thought it couldn't get any better, coffee was offered! First I watched "We're the Millers". Then 4pm came, which meant over in England city were about to kick off! I tuned in and listened to the game, Oh how I never wanted to get off the ...
... meal, Tim had some of the best ribs yet. Surprisingly, Vienna serves some darn good ribs and can also make some of the best fried chicken I've ever had. (They get a lot of practice since schnitzel is basically breaded and fried meat.) The local wine was 1.80 euros per glass, and quite good, whoo hoo!
Temperatures are projected to drop back down to the low to mid seventies by the weekend, we'll be back in a more comfortable zone, which is closer to the norm.
On arrival into Austria, the scenery changed into green rolling hills and cute, clean villages. It did not take long to arrive into Vienna at which time we found a nice bar and had some (Italian) food! We then joined a tour to see the famous buildings including the Opera Building, parliament buildings, and Town Hall. We also visited Heroes Square to view the Hofburg.
Ad then off to yet another ...