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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... you the videos Jord!). Stayed with an Aussie artist in a B&b who pulled us out of an accommodation jam and shared some great moments with him and his beautiful family including his Portuguese 5 yo daughter who was just adorable and if you can picture it, in true European fashion, she talks everything with her hands, so funny and so cute and she was very attached to Mel.
Munich - Landed here in 100% fog. WTF! this would not happen in OZ. right to the point ...
... and, you guessed it, gelato.
We went down to the Radsplatz where the summer Vienna music and film festival was going on. Here there were 20 or more food booths with an international selection. This was great, with something for everyone. Jeremy had cheese spatzel, I had tikka masala and beer, the rest had Japanese food. We walked around after dinner, and had gelato befor returning on the subway to our hotel.
... was their summer residence.
We return to the ship and this afternoon we visit the wheelhouse where our Captain explains the workings, navigation and instruments used to skipper these amazing River boats.
Tonight we leave the ship for a very special evening for an exclusive private Viennese concert. The concert is to be performed by the Vienna Palace Orchestra at the Liechtenstein City Palace.
I did ...
... on the list, also again other places that weren't on the list. One place we visited was some ancient ruins from the Romans, the only problem with this, was it was all covered in snow, and we couldn't really see it. Photos attached. Finally after a few hours walking in temperatures below -3 degrees, we finished our itinerary, and were back to our hotel. It was about a 15min walk back, and by this stage, it feels like our faces are going to freeze off our heads. We ...
... paintings of the Spanish Infanta Margarita Teresa. There were about four paintings of this little girl who was betrothed from birth to someone in the Austrian royal court and had to be painted every two years so that the Austrians could see her. The paintings show her voluminous, intricate clothing and delicate skin. The audio emphasised how the paint was very thick on the clothing and furnishings and very thin on the face and hands of ...