- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in very elaborate sarcophagi. Next stop was more shopping(I'm loving it not sure Joe will be happy with the cc bill) we visited a very famous Teddy Bear shop - Steiff which has been making bears & stuffed toys since 1880. Travelling to Budapest in the morning via Bratislava(don't tell Merryl) & Esztergom following the Danube valley. Aid wiedersehen Vienna hello ...
... amp;R. I'll leave you with one new thing I learned today however, and that is what the heck a Gloriette is: it is described as a smallish room area located higher than its surroundings, at Schönbrunn palace it is a huge building up on the hill over looking the palace and the city of Vienna that they used for get togethers, entertaining guests for dinner and lunch, and a breakfast room for a couple of the rulers through its history. That's all for now. Until next time, love to you all - ...
We are currently on the train between Eger and Budapest, where we change for our onward journey to Prague. Train travel is definitely my preferred transport option. It's fast and comfortable, relatively cheap, and outside the window at the moment are field after field of sunflowers. There are thousands of them! The only downside of getting to some of the smaller places in some countries, especially if one is north and one is south, is having to backtrack a bit and go back via ...
... pay for each ride individually, which was a new concept for me (other than fall fairs). We went on the giant ferris wheel where our prof explained his part in consulting the Prater into changing their business plans a few years back. The view of Vienna from the ferris wheel was gorgeous!!
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... and getting pretty fluent in those phrases since I have already used them a trillion of times. In case you need any help with English (only travelling-related topics, donīt forget), please “do not hesitate to contact me any time”.
…OK, back to the track of languages:
It is not only me who struggle with languages; some guests visit a foreign country without even a superficial knowledge of any other language ...