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Finally, it is my last trip... This day I go back home by sightseeing in the morning and by plane in the afternoon.
Package The other members expressed regret that it's the last day and they have to go back. You don't want to go back to your normal life.
It was a short deviation, but this is the last day of the trip.
And the last city to decorate is Rottenburg, Germany.:D
On my way from Nordlingen to Rottenburg... It's very hazy because of the fog.
If it were our country, I would have thought this was fine dust... There wasn't much fine dust here and the air was clean, so it was nice to breathe.
If I look at the weather, I can see why people in Europe love the sun so much.
If, however fine the weather may be, it is often cloudy, and thus foggy, and rainy days account for two-thirds of the year,
I think I would have kicked the door out on a sunny day. LOL
There weren't many people in Rottenburg on this day. Shall we come here early in the morning for sightseeing?
In fact, I think we've opened half of the stores and half of the places we're going to prepare for the opening.
There weren't many people, so it was pleasant to go sightseeing.
There's a story going on in Rottenburg, where General Tilly, who took over Rottenburg in the Thirty Years' War in the 17th century,
He said he wanted to kill all the city councilors in Rottenburg and burn it down.
Meanwhile, the city's lawmakers served him a nice, colorful glass with 3.25 liters of wine.
And when he saw it, General Tilly said he'd let the city go if someone drank all this wine at once.
At that time, Nusch, the mayor of Rottenburg, volunteered to take it in one breath.
Everyone was surprised at the scene and greatly impressed, General Tilly said he let the city go as promised.
This anecdote can also be found in the clock tower of Marks Square.
At eleven o'clock sharp, the doll comes out from two windows. You might not be able to see the pictures I took.
The doll on the left is Nush Market on the right of General Tilly.
General Tilly urges you to drink quickly, and General Nush continues to drink wine.
A clock tower with a puppet show. Do you remember Prague's astronomical clock tower? But more than that...
But I came all the way here, and I couldn't help but notice the beauty of tourism. :-D
Rottenburg is also said to be one of the most romantic cities in Germany, where the medieval city is preserved.
There were also many shops selling cute ornaments on the street. (There were a lot of places that sold the famous Shunibalen, but I didn't eat it because I didn't eat the sweets well.)
It's April! There was a shop that specializes in Christmas decorations. I thought the store would only sell it for the whole year.
There were a lot of pretty ornaments, but now I gave up because I don't feel like it's seasonal...
Christmas is also the biggest event that Europeans can't miss!
Many of the decorating shops in Rothenburg were banned from photography. So I couldn't take the inside picture...ᅲ.ᅲ
There were also dolls that recognized people and started to move around screaming. It's got motion recognition!
After a short tour of Rottenburg, I go to Frankfurt to catch a flight home.
When I heard his last greeting from the bus saying, "I won't have to invite people to the airport for the last time." (The last greeting was from the bus, not without helping me leave the airport. It's a good idea not to see each other at Incheon International Airport.I saw the last greeting of the bus driver (a Polish man who was very kind, but he had many ups and downs...... Have a happy life!) I went into the airport.
If you head to the gate for Asiana, there is a cafe in front of it. They sell beer, they sell sausages, they sell sandwiches.
I wonder if there are so many Koreans there or if a black person who was watching the counter is so good at Korean (l
Beer? One? Two? They say this. I don't know if there were many people who bought three, but they only say two....LOL
When I saw the excitement, I felt like I was feeling better this way.
I ordered two frankfurt sausages and two beers.
Since we're in Frankfurt, let's eat sausages!!(laughs) If you're in Germany, you should drink beer again!
Of course, it was delicious. It was expensive because it was an airport, but even at the airport, there are still good sausages and beer in Germany!
(Considering that the noodles we ate at Incheon Airport were not delicious......)
And I got on the plane in time. One day, I spend a night in an Asiana airplane.^q^...
So the family trip to Eastern Europe for eight nights and nine days ends.
(If you've read it all, thank you all so much. ^ᄋ^)/☆☆)
Actually, I went to Halstadt after watching Salzburg... (about an hour)
I just wanted to know why you're here. It was so windy in front of the lake... and I didn't know what to see.ᅲ
I took a picture of him, but he turned himself into a super-sayer.
I thought it would have been better to take this place out because it seemed to me that my schedule had become more tight.
The wind was so strong that I just stood in front of the mart in front of the recombination place until I had time.
And take the bus back to Salzburg! ᄀ
Salzburg is a combination of Salz, which means salt, and Burg, which means sex. The castle of salt!
Salzburg in spring, full of green blandness! My eyes feel relaxed.
The first place to visit is Hoen Salzburg Castle. When we got off the bus, a local guide was waiting for us.
I take the ticket from Insolja and ride the Hunicula to see Hoen Salzburg Castle.'▽')/
Hoen Salzburg is not a very glamorous castle that is common in Europe.
They say it was a castle and a fortress, but they seem to be fully convinced.
Walking down to Hunicula, you walk through the castle and hear the explanation that there is a kitchen inside the castle. The most important thing to a man is Bobshim! Once again, you can't even fight a war if you're hungry! Ha ha ha.
We've had a lot of group tourists on this day, so we've been stuck behind us, pushed back and forth crying
Hoen Salzburg Castle has been here before, so it was okay, but I wanted to enjoy it with my family.
If you go to Hoen Salzburg Castle, it may be fun to see the castle itself, but it's also good to see the downtown of Salzburg at a glance because it. And across the street, the snow-covered mountain is the Alps. You can see the Alps without visiting Switzerland! And beyond that mountain? Down there? The village in the area is Germany, not Austria. Germany is this close in Salzburg. Austria speaks German, but it is also geographically close and has the same language... How does it feel? It's amazing!
If you walk down from Hoen Salzburg Castle, you will see Salzburg Cathedral.
There are 774, 1628, and 1959 numbers carved at the entrance. The photos I took showed 16.28 million of them.
It is said to be the first year of construction, the year of reconstruction after the conflagration, and the year after World War
Men take off their hats when they enter the cathedral, whereas women wear them. It's unique.
I didn't have a hat, but I don't think anyone would say anything when I went in. Few people wore hats.
The inside of the cathedral is also splendid, with paintings hanging on each side and a place for prayer in front.
I'm running out of time. There were so many places to see in one day) Get to the street.
I came to Salzburg. I guess we can't stay here, right? Not the most famous figure in Salzburg, Hitchcock... ...but also the birthplace of Mozart. This yellow building, photographed, became Mozart's birthplace and museum. I haven't been to the museum on this package tour, but I've visited it once before. You can hear all of Mozart's letters to his father and almost all of his songs. The letter tells us that Mozart was very smart, but he thought other ordinary people were very stupid... and common people as well I think... but I prefer Beethoven music to music than Mozart.
The streets of Getraide are almost Mozart's streets, not to mention too much. Among them, the most visible is Mozart Cogellen's chocolate. Kugelen means 'difficulty' in German, and I visited and bought a shop on this street that was sold in traditional handmade goods. Not me, but my brother bought me a girl friend, but I bought it for my family to taste it one by one. If I hadn't followed you, I wouldn't have bought your girlfriend's.
I ended up looking at the streets like lightning. It's great.) We walk towards the Mirabel garden. On the way across the bridge, you can see Hoene Salzburg Castle on the other side. It's hidden from the trees of the mountain, but you can't see it.
The Mirabel Gardens I was expecting to see... ...may be beautiful when I visited before because it was autumn, when all the flowers died and bloomed... ...but it's not yet spring. The weather is just getting warmer, so maybe the flowers are less blooming. It's kind of like that when you look at a tree, right? Maybe it's because my dad did this kind of work. I shared my appreciation with my family that it was different from what my father did... and I left a picture of my family at Mirabel Gardens and went to the place where I was in charge.
This ended the tour of Salzburg. It's been a stormy day as it was in Prague.
After dinner, I go back to the hotel and sleep.
Next we go to the last tourist destination, Rottenburg, Germany! ^▽^r.
We're about to end our journey. The first place to visit is Salzburg.
Salz, which means salt, and Kammergut, which means land, are the names of cities.
We took a cruise in a town called Jean-Count Gilgen. (First picture)
Actually, I'm going to take a look around this town. It was very pretty when I saw the village when I was moving fast for lunch.
But I didn't have much time to take pictures because I was in a hurry to follow the leader and the person in front of me. (ᅲᅲ)
The temperature in the morning wasn't that low, and it was just springtime, but it was cloudy.
I was taking a picture and it came out dim as if it was taken in the afternoon.
If you take a cruise ship, you will get a guide in Korean. It was recorded by a Korean resident in Austria.
And I'm looking around, listening to that introduction, and I'm coming out of the cliff, and there's an elephant, there's an eagle.
If you look at the shape of the cracks as you think, you can create something new. Human imagination!
Then we moved on to ride a cable car. (llllg
If the wind is too strong or the weather is bad, the cable cars won't run. (For safety reasons)
Perhaps because of that, I see that the leader is very nervous. I was afraid that I might stop running.
The weather wasn't so cold, but it was windy in this area. I was taking a picture, and my hair turned into a supercyan.
In fact, I was wearing it lightly because it was very warm during the week, but my mom said it would be cold, so I had to take my parka out of the carrier. I always checked the weather in advance every day, but today I know it's not going to cool down, but I thought why I wore it. I didn't know why until I got on the cable car later.
Actually, I wasn't interested in this cable car, so I didn't recognize it before, but it's going up higher than I thought...
Unlike my wish to have something safe with a rail, the cable car that hangs on a cable wire is quite shaky.
It's not until I get on this train that I understand why I had to stop running according to the weather. I tried hard to enjoy the scenery... whimpering...
If you go all the way up to the end of the cable car, you'll arrive at the place where you get off and run a coffee shop.
It's April when I went outside, so I could pat my eyes on it. I never thought I'd come up to this snow-covered high mountain.
I don't think the parka that my mom told me to wear will help. If I had come in my first light suit, I would have been out in a rattle.
I sell Shin Ramyun at coffee shop because there are many Korean visitors, but I can drink coffee and cocoa, but the price is very expensive.
I ordered cocoa because it became cold suddenly and I wanted to drink it, but it was hot water that smelled cocoa.
There's a photo zone that allows you to climb up a slippery slope and take pictures when you go outside. I took a picture with my brother in the determination that I should somehow climb up there and leave a picture. When I look at the original picture, my twisted face trying to force me to laugh at something scary.
Actually, I can go up to the top, but I gave up because I didn't have the courage to go there.
My mom and sister, who went up first without me, went to the top and left a picture. The last picture from the 6th is the one taken by my sister.
When you get to the top, it looks like you have a cross-shaped mark. (I can't see it myself......) The view looks great.
As you can see in the last picture, the path up is not as well polished as the mountains of Korea. You can enjoy the thrill.
When I went down, my family was the last to ride it among the family package. And finally, this place stopped running.
We were the last customer. He told us that he was very lucky. Ha ha.
So we're going to Halstadt after we're done with the tour of Salzburg:3
On the way back to the hotel after finishing the tour of Cheki Krumrov!This is so pretty that I took a lot of pictures, so I'm going to write this in a separate note.
Restrictions on 10 photos...Khook! Salzburg is a city that has a great blue and clean feeling.
I stood at the gas station on my way from LynZ to Salzburg for a break, and I took pictures of the scenery I saw.
It's really blue and pretty. My mom said it's like watching Switzerland.
I've never been to Switzerland, so I don't know, but I think it's a country surrounded by nature that gives me a feeling of blue.
The third one is the hotel photo, and the most worried thing about the package trip was where you slept and what you ate ( There was a lot of bad reviews. I'm not good at all the time.)
The accommodation of this package was not as bad as I thought. I especially liked this hotel. :D
As Cheki Krumrov's tour was short, he arrived at the hotel quickly, and he had plenty of free time in the evening.
After I arrived at the hotel, I was wondering if I'd like to take a look around.
The endless green feast... ...who lives in places like this? I heard that Austria has a good welfare system, so I wonder if it's a retirement pension? There was also a yacht around. Wow, that's a life you'll envy. I still like the city. Hahaha.
I was walking along the field because I wanted to see the lake... and there was a goose in the middle.
I've never seen a goose in my life, so it was amazing. Actually, it was really big. I was a little surprised.
I thought I'd fly away if I got close, but I wanted to shoot it close, so I kept it close to the wild goose that I could see. He came up and he didn't even care about me... If the phone camera doesn't zoom, it's smaller than what you can see. That's the shot I took without zooming.
The goose that I was taking pictures of, standing around, grazing at all without paying attention to... He was ignored and left the field.
I didn't touch it because I didn't want to bite it, but it was about 50 centimeters away and I just came out. But sometimes geese attack people... Be careful when you're at the water's edge. (If you're holding a cell phone and dropping it off, you're going to be a catastrophe.)
I came back from a light walk and had a light dinner at the pizza parlor attached to the hotel. My mom and sister said they'd drink together.^
My mom actually said she wanted to buy me a beer because something nice happened before she came to Europe, but she said she'd take a shot here. Wow~
It was white wine and Paulaner's Bisbeeer, and Austiner's Lager-yue beer. (I can't remember exactly what it was.)
In fact, Insolja said that Austria doesn't like beer and white wine is better, but I felt beer was much better in Salzburg. White wine is normal. My family was on the same page. Is it because it is close to Germany?
The March beer that I visited and drank at the Augustiner brewery when I came to Salzburg was so delicious that I still can't forget it, so it's remembered to me that it's a very delicious. (It was more my cup than I had in Germany.) I drank it in a liter at the time, but... haha. (It was amazing to have 1L, but few people drank it. The Austrian people ordered 500ml or a smaller glass and drank it for a long time. We came last, emptying the 1L at Korean speed, and leaving the brewery, so our grandfathers who were sitting nearby asked which country they were from...Ho Ook)
I think all the beer in that cup is going to be delicious.
I don't drink at home, but I'd like to have a glass of beer... It's really heavy. Kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk.
The glass in the picture is a 500ml glass. Isn't it small? But that beer was very delicious, too.
Of the two beers, I had a better taste for Augustine, but my brother and sister said Paulanner Weisbee would be better.
I don't like the smell of fruit or flowers in beer, so I don't think it's a good match for Bisbee. But it's delicious!
If you like beer such as Hogarden or Giraffe's Kitchen, you can enjoy it.
If I hadn't had dinner that day, if I had enough time, I wouldn't have had 2,000ml of beer with my friends. Pizza was a very European flavor... ...because I didn't know how to enjoy it. But it was delicious with beer. It's a great combination of cymacs.^^
I was wondering how far this place is from Salzburg Station near the tourist site, so I looked up Google Maps and found that it takes about 30 minutes by car, but it takes about an hour and 40 minutes by public transportation. This may be a difficult place to come when you come on a free trip.
I eat light breakfast and get on the bus for a real tour. Schwab = 3= 3
From Austria back to the Czech Republic! The tourist city on the sixth day is Cheki Krumrov. ^▽^)/
Cheski means Czech or Bohemian, and Krumov means a river flowing with heels.
If you look at the whole city, the river is flowing in an S-shaped shape, and it's named after it.
It is a UNESCO World Heritage site that preserves the image of medieval cities.
Before I visited this place, I told my family that it would be like Andong Hahoe Village in our country. Isn't it similar?^^
This city is actually inhabited by people. It's a very small number, but...
It's a pretty city, but I think it might be a little uncomfortable if you actually live in it. I think there will be a development limit.
Even at this time, the guide came, but he's a Czech. Although the leader asked me in English and explained the meaning to me, I couldn't hear him at all. I thought the guide was good at English (many people are good at English) but I wish he could have told me on the microphone.
When I first come in, I'll tell you about my last name. If you look at the second picture, there's something wrong with the building, right
The decoration of the building is not actually carved, but is painted, which is a characteristic of this unique architectural style.
What kind of architecture was this... Baroque? I don't know.
And if you look around, sometimes the windows aren't real. There are times when it's just pictured, which may be for another reason.
Did you know that there was a window tax in medieval Europe? It's a massive system of paying taxes based on the number of windows...(...)
I'll have to get rid of the windows to reduce those taxes, but I think I've also painted the windows to shape them. ᅲ.ᅲ
Or maybe he painted it with an earnest desire to have a window...
The traces of the floor that made the horse come in and the bridge outside the gate (now they're said to have been filled to make it easier for people to walk around) ... They say they still keep bears under the traces of the bridge. People don't show their faces because they hide under the bridge.If you're lucky, you might be able to see your face. I've visited twice, but I haven't seen it. I don't know if it's luck...
The seventh picture was taken on the leg of a barber.
There's a legend in the barber's leg, and the nobleman who falls in love with the barber's daughter at the barber's in front of the bridge says he wants to be with her, and I can't say no at first, so does the daughter who followed her eventually run away? That's right. The angry nobleman kidnaps her father, barber, and threatens to kill him if he doesn't come out, forcing her to show up in front of him. The nobleman who takes back his beloved lover kills her in front of everyone. To show the words of the innocent against the words of the nobility.
If you go out through the last picture, the cape bridge, the Cheki Krumrov tour will end.^
It was very short... I think I only had two hours of sightseeing on this whole day.
Because it takes more than four hours to get to the Cheki Krumrov from Vienna, and more than four hours to get to the next tourist destination, Salzburg... So I spend all my time traveling almost all day short on sightseeing.
So I had to go sightseeing that wasn't enough, but since I visited this place on a free trip two or three years ago, I wrote down some of the things I remember. I think Cheski Krumrov applied for a daily tour when he came on a free trip. From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., I was able to tour this place all day long, so I could enjoy it well and listen to the guide's explanation, so I can appreciate it even more. I liked the small tour. There were six people in total, but my party was four, including me.ᄏ) Chesky Krumrov recommends you take a guided tour even if you are free! (or What is this? It's a small city that could end soon...)
This day, after a short tour, we go to the next destination, Salzburg! ^^)r
드디어 8박 9일의 일정중 반 이상이 지난 5일차의 도시 비엔나(독일 발음으론 빈)입니다.:D
저는 사실 이 여행을 오기 전에 반 정도는 이미 와봤던 도시라서, 개인적으로 와보지 못했던 두 도시인 부다페스트와 비엔나를 기대했습니다.
그렇지만 비엔나는 제 기대에는 미치지 못했던 도시였던 것 같아요. 너무 기대가 컸던 것일지도 모릅니다. ㅠ_ㅠ
비엔나에 와서도 이곳을 안내해줄 가이드님이 오셨습니다! :)
가이드님 설명하는 스타일이 마치 시장에서 호객행위를 하는 아주머니들과 비슷해서 저랑은 잘 맞지 않았습니다만...(중간중간 비속어가...)
그래도 이 도시에 대해 알고 싶어서 열심히 들었습니다.
비엔나는 다른 유럽 도시들과는 다르게 맨 처음에 봤을 때, 와! 하는 느낌이 들지는 않았습니다.
왜냐면 서울의 도시의 정경과 비슷한 모습이 많았기 때문입니다. 현대식 건축물이 많다는 뜻입니다.
비엔나는 유럽의 맨하튼이라 불리기도 한다는데(경제적인 이유로), 외경만봐도 왜 그런지 알 것 같은 느낌이 듭니다.
그리고 도시 곳곳에 번잡하게 그려져 있는 그래피티를 보면 아, 정말 사람 사는 곳이구나 싶습니다.
저는 개인적으로 도시 아무곳에나 그려놓은 그래피티는 좋아하지 않아서 조금 아쉬웠습니다. (도시 전반의 전경을 해치는 느낌이 들어서..)
저의 이런 첫 인상과는 다르게 비엔나는 세계에서 가장 살기 좋은 도시 1위를 연속 3년정도 차지한 도시라고 합니다. 와아ㅡ!
현지에서 살고 계시는 가이드님의 말씀에 따르면, 교통도 굉장히 좋고 복지가 잘 되어 있는 것 같습니다.
저는 한국... 아니 서울도 교통으로는 타국에 비해 잘 되어 있는 편이라고 생각하는데 한국인이 그렇게 말할 정도면 정말 잘 되어 있는 거겠죠?
아이를 낳기만 해도 일을 하지 않아도 살 수 있을 만큼 지원금이 잘 나오는 편이라고 합니다. (4명정도 였던가요..? 기억이)
가이드님 역시 아이를 낳고 일을 하지 말까 생각도 해봤다고 하셨지만 역시 사람은 일을 해야 한다고 하셨습니다. 하핫.
비엔나에서 관광지로 가는 곳 그 첫 번째는 쇤브룬 궁전입니다. ^▽^)r
저는 진짜 이 여행 내내 5일간 버스안에서 가장 많이 들었던 이름이 '합스부르크'입니다. (인솔자님이 버스 안에서 정말 많은 얘기를 해주셨거든요. 너무 내용이 방대해서 듣는다고 들었는데 머릿속에 남은게 30% 정도밖에 안되는 것 같습니다. 대부분의 분들에겐 자장가가 되었지만요...저희 가족에게도...) 들으면서 내용 이해가 어렵거나 이름이 귀에 쏙쏙 박히지 않았던 것은 제가 쉽게 접해보지 못한 외국 이름이었기 때문이겠지요.
안타깝게도... 제가 문과를 나왔지만 한국인이라면 한국역사를 아는게 중요하지! 란 생각으로 한국사를 선택하고 세계사를 포기했기 때문에... 세계사에 대한 기초 지식이 좀 많이 부족합니다. 그래서 이렇게 가이드님이 나와주셔서 설명해주시면 열심히 들으려고 노력하죠.
합스부르크 가문은 한 국가가 아니라 여러 국가의 통치자같은 존재였던 것 같습니다.
제가 이 패키지여행을 통해 방문했던 모든 국가(독일, 오스트리아, 체코, 헝가리)에 영향을 미쳤던 가문이었기 때문에 항상 갈때마다 그 이름이 나올 수 밖에 없었죠. 그리고 그 가문의 인물 중에서도 가장 많이 나온 이름은 '마리아 테레지아'였습니다.
합스부르크 가문의 유일무이한 여성 통치자였다고 하는데요, 당시에 여성 통치자란 건 정말 있을 수 없는 일이었겠죠. 그녀는 자신의 남편을 왕으로 앉혀주고(어디 왕이었더라... 너무 나라가 많아서...) 그 외의 권한을 모두 받아 실질적 영향력을 행사했다고 합니다. 당대 아름다운 미모로 유명했다고 하는 그녀는 유능하기까지 했었던 것 같네요. 정치쪽으로 그다지 두각을 드러내지 못한 남편을 대신해 많은 곳에서 정치적 능력을 발휘했다고 합니다.
헝가리에 갔을 때도 사실 헝가리의 왕이었던 그녀와 관련된 얘기를 많이 들었고, 프라하에서도 프라하 성 문 밖을 보면 마리아 테레지아를 상징하는 문양이 새겨져 있는 걸 볼 수 있습니다. (그리고 그 앞에 서있는 근위대와 사진도 찍을 수 있지요..하하하)
오빠에게 '난 세계사를 안 배워서 잘 모르는 사람인걸'이라고 말했더니, 사실 교육과정에서 세계사를 배웠다 하더라도 잘 모를 수 있는 인물이라고 했습니다. 한국 교과과정에선 잘 언급되지 않는 인물인가 봅니다.
정말 비엔나에 오면 마리아 테레지아는 언급하지 않을 수 없는 인물입니다. 이 대표 관광지라고 들어가는 쇤브룬 궁전이 바로 그녀의 여름별장으로 지어진 곳이기 때문입니다. 처음엔 갔을 땐 이게 왕궁이라고..? 너무 작은 거 아니야? 이랬는데 보니까 여름별장이라는군요.
(그 땐 왕궁으로 알고 하하하 우리나라는 검소한 민족이랍시고 경복궁을 지었는데 우리가 너무 중국만 봤나? 라는 말을 우스개소리로 하기도 했지요.)
첫 번째 사진이 쇤브룬 궁전인데... 그 이후로 왜 사진이 없느냐 하면... 사진 촬영 금지이기 때문입니다...
비엔나는 관광지에서 사진촬영 금지인 곳이 많더라구요.ㅠ_ㅠ
쇤브룬 궁전에 들어가면 침실이나 접견실, 무도회장같은 것을 볼 수 있고 마리아 테레지아의 가족사진(...은 아니고 초상화)도 볼 수 있습니다.
무려 16명의 자식을 낳은(!!) 마리아 테레지아의 막내딸은 마리아 테레지아를 모르는 사람이라도 알만한 유명한 마리 안토니아(프랑스식 개명 후 이름은 마리 앙투아네트)입니다. 쇤브룬 궁전엔 6살의 모차르트가 와 피아노 연주를 한 적도 있다고 하는데, 그 때 마리 앙투와네트의 아름다움에 반했다, 뭐 이런 얘기도 얼핏 들은 것 같습니다. 제가 그래도 알법한 인물들의 얘기를 들으니 참 신기했습니다. ^ㅇ^)
나폴레옹의 침대도 볼 수 있는데 나폴레옹이 마리아 테레지아의 사위...?같은 존재였나봐요.
보시면 참 작다...라는 말이 절로 나옵니다(...). 근데 제 눈엔 모든 침대가 다 작아보였어요. 각도가 그랬던건지... 하지만 나폴레옹가 누웠다는 침대가 비단 작은 것은 확실합니다! ㅇ<-<
그다음은 벨베데레 궁전을 방문했습니다. 벨베데레 궁전은 예전 돈 많은 귀족이 만든 건물이라고 하는데요...
가이드님이 역시 돈이 최고에요 돈이 라고 하신 것밖에 생각이 안 날 정도로 그 말이 반복 세뇌된 것 같습니다...(ㅠㅠ)
건물의 아름다움은 쇤브룬 궁전보다 더 한 것 같습니다. 그리고 그림 작품이 많이 전시되어 있어요.
가장 유명한 것으로는 구스타프 클림트의 키스와 유디트라고 합니다. 근데 제가 모르는 화가라서..
심지어 그 작품 어디서 본 적 있을 거라고 했는데 전 본 적 없는 것 같아요...
두 번째 사진으로 올려놓은 나폴레옹 그림은 확실히 어디서 본 적 있는 것 같았지만요.
그리고 그의 제자 에곤 쉴레의 그림들도 꽤 많이 전시되어 있었고 그 외의 그림들도 많았습니다. 준 미술관같은 느낌이었네요.
에곤 쉴레는 좀 더 음울한 느낌을 표출하는 화가였던 것 같습니다. 그 두 명만 놓고 보자면 전 구스타프 클림트가 더 취향이었던 것 같네요.
비엔나의 관광지는 앞서 말씀드렸던 것처럼 까다로운 조건이 많습니다. 우선 백팩금지. (자그마한 앞으로 매는 가방은 괜찮지만 큰 가방은 가지고 들어갈 수 없습니다.) 와, 이 때 정말... 저희 오빠가 노트북을 목숨처럼 생각하는 사람이라 여행 내내 백팩에 노트북을 넣고 다녔는데요 (프로그래머에게 노트북이란 대체...?) 버스에 두고 내리랬더니 그렇다면 차라리 궁전 입장을 안하겠다고 해서 처음에 얼마나 난감했는지 하하....(버스도 가끔 도둑맞는 경우가 있대요.) 뭐 이해가 안되는 건 아니었지만 다행히 잘 타협해서 같이 입장했습니다.
두 번째는 셀카봉 금지. 셀카봉을 휘두르다가 그림이 훼손될 수 있어서 사진촬영이 가능한 벨베데레 궁전도 셀카봉은 금지입니다. 세 번째는 아예 사진촬영 금지. 쇤브룬 궁전... 사진을 촬영할 수 없습니다. 궁금하시면 직접 방문해보시는 수밖에 없어요 ㅠ.ㅠ
벨베데레 궁전 외관을 찍으려고 했는데 너무 커서 가까이서 찍으면 일부밖에 안나오고 멀리서 찍으면 관광객이 다 나오고, 자유시간은 별로 없고, 그래서 찍지 못했습니다. 정원도 나름 예쁜데 너무 넓어서 사진 찍을 각이 안나왔어요... 또 가족사진만 급하게 찍었습니다ㅋ.ㅋ
마지막 사진은 구시가지에 있는 슈테판 대성당입니다. ^~^)/
원본 사진은 저것보다 더 잘 찍었는데 인스타그램이 멋대로 정사각형으로 잘라버리네요.. (쇤브룬 궁전도 그렇고 ㅠ.ㅠ)
굉장히 크고 멋집니다. 그거 말곤 잘 모르겠습니다. 랜드마크가 눈이 즐거우면 그것으로도 충분하지 않겠습니까 하하하
이 사진을 찍고 나서 사실 커피마시러도 갔습니다. 비엔나하면 역시 비엔나소시지와 비엔나커피!
비엔나 소시지는 먹어봤는데 (우리가 생각하는 그 줄줄이 사탕같은 소세지는 비엔나 소시지 아닌거 알고 계시겠죠.ㅋ.ㅋ) 전 소시지 별로 안 좋아하는데 맛있었습니다.
비엔나 커피는 아인슈패너와 멜랑쥐를 마셔봤습니다.
아인슈패너는 한국에도 있는 것 같아서 드셔보신 분 꽤 있을 것 같은데 제 기억엔 멜랑쥐가 더 맛있던 것 같네요.
아인슈패너에 휘핑크림이 없었던 것 같아요... 휘핑크림과 시럽이 들어간댔는데...
아 이걸 사진을 찍었어야 했는데 그 때 너무 피곤하고 배고파서 같이 시킨 케이크랑 같이 후다닥 먹어버려서 사진 한 장 못 찍었네요. ㅇ<-<
근데 생긴건 그냥.. 커피처럼 생겼어요. 근데 확실히 커피 맛이 좋습니다 :D
그리고 가이드님이 팁을 주면 아주 환히 웃어주는 종업원을 볼 수 있을 거라 했는데 덕분에 잘 봤습니다. 하하하.
예전에 친구들이랑 여행갔을 땐 영수증에 팁이 포함되지 않은 유럽 국가에선 팁을 계산해서 줬던게 생각났습니다. 역시 기분 좋은 미소를 지어주면 역시 기분이 좋네요. 그 문화를 잘 배우는 것 같아 뭔가 뿌듯해집니다.
마지막으론 저녁먹을 때 흑맥주 한 잔!
제가 사실 밥먹는 속도가 느리고 술을 마시면 그만큼 더 시간이 오래걸려서 술을 잘 시켜먹지 않았습니다. (패키지 특성상 다른 사람들의 속도에 맞추어야 하는 느낌이 들잖아요. 제가 느리면 기다려야 되니까.) 한국인은 보통 밥 먹는 속도가 빠른 편이고 저는 그런 한국인 치고는 밥먹는 속도가 느려서... 그렇지만 오스트리아에선 시켰습니다. 제가 잘츠부르크에 갔을 때 마셨던 술이 맛있었던게 기억에 남았기 때문이죠. 역시나 맛있었습니다. ^▽^)/ 이야 맥주 너무 좋아요!
술 한 잔 하고 호텔로 돌아가 잠을 청합니다.
다음날은 체코의 체스키 크룸로프로 갑니다. ^▽^)r 빽 투 체코!
Finally, I am visiting Hungary for the first time.:D
In addition to Insolja, our guide came to see us. Wow! A pair!
Hungary was actually more unfamiliar than the Czech Republic. It means a country that I've never heard of.)
According to Insa, who hears in a bus going from the Czech Republic to Hungary, Hungarians are very smart people.
Even though per capita income is lower than in Korea, it is said that there is a force to be reckoned with.^^
He said that there are about 10 Nobel Prize winners and that they are a country with a lot of scientific and medical development.
One of them is a Hungarian who first discovered vitamin C, who struggled for her daughter who had a scurvy disease, but then lost her and continued to work on it, and found Ascorbic acid, which we call vitamin C, and won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
So one of the most popular specialties here is vitamin C extracted from chili seeds.
When I visited the souvenir shop, I tasted it once, but the spicy taste was a very unique vitamin C.
But I didn't buy it because I had too much vitamin C in my house.
And I bought another flagship product, the Devil's Claws. It's good for arthritis and muscle pain, so there are a lot of people in my house who suffer from muscle pain.
Budapest is actually a city where the Budapest and the rest of the world are combined.
It was a past that reminded me of Czech Republic Slovakia. Czech Republic and Slovakia are now divided into Czech Republic and Slovakia. Budapest is the opposite.
The boulevard is located on the higher side, and the rich are known to like higher places and to live better.
Hungary is very difficult to find because 80 percent of the country is flat, just the opposite of Korea.
When I went to Budapest, the guide said, "You see the mountain there?" It's the only hill.
Budapest gets caught up in colorful buildings at first sight. (I think the city was similar to Melbourne, Australia.)
It's compared to Prague, the city that's the most colorful building in Europe.
For men, Budapest is often said to be a favorite.
If the Czech Republic was a more beautiful city, Budapest was a big, strong city.
At first, I climbed the Gelert hill and looked down at the view of the city. Until then, the sun was shining and the snow was swollen, but all of a sudden, it was cloudy.
The weather in Europe is really capricious... Korea is also volatile, but I don't think there are many cloudy days...
When it's cloudy, it's like the day of the end. I'm so sad.ᅲᅲᅲᅲᅲᅲᅲᅲᅲ
In fact, it's not that low, but it's pretty. If it's not raining, I don't think it looks that.
And I climbed into the fisherman's fortress and took a picture. After filming, it looks like you came to Everland.
Two to seven pictures were taken from the fisherman's fort, and the third one in the middle is a miniature of the fisherman's fort.
Can you see that there are seven skewers of the kitten? It is said to symbolize the seven tribes of Hunga.
(Er? 6?) You've seen it right. A tourist ripped one off and the tail disappeared in the upper right......)
The eighth picture is the picture of the National Assembly building in this country. It's very colorful.
We didn't get it from the side, but they said it was symmetrically symmetrical, and it was used by the upper and lower members of the same building.
At night, I took a cruise ship and watched the night view. The night view was so beautiful as the building I saw during the day.
If I had more time, I would have enjoyed Budapest while watching.
What I like a lengthy visit and put a little early, so we can feel before pparitpparita a shame, who had moved.
Anyway, let's leave that to Vienna, the capital city of Austria. ^▽^r
There was Prague on the 2nd, and you might want to know why Prague is here on the 3rd. (ᄋ)
In fact, Prague the day before yesterday was really an hour late before entering the hotel.
From now on, I will listen to the explanation of Prague in detail and take a tour.
The best part is that on this day, the guide came out separately!
Of course, the person who was in charge of the team also graduated from the department of history and knew a lot, but the guides are basically very eloquent.
There is a big difference between listening to a professor's lecture and listening to the passionate lectures of the instructors in the academy.
Assume that we don't have basic knowledge (...) and explain it kindly and pleasantly.
If you're in Prague, of course you have to go! The place to see! It is Prague Castle.
Europe also has a lot of cathedrals, right? The most visible cathedral in Prague is St. Vittus.
The first picture I took was the Vittus Cathedral. In fact, it's too big to hold everything with a cell phone camera.
And that was one of the reasons why Prague was the most memorable when I traveled.
When I went there with my friends before my family trip, I was so excited that I even made a video call and shared it.
I liked the Vatican's St. Peter's Cathedral the best I've ever seen.
I liked this place the best on the outside. It's a shame that I can't put many pictures in it. ᅲ.ᅲ
It's been around 1,000 years since it was built.
It's like it's got as much labor as it'sIt could be a place that's been changed.
And this is where Queen Maria Theresa is concerned, and her signature symbol is carved on the back gate and guarded by guards.
In front of him, my family scrawled the pictures, so I only have family photos, so there's nothing I can upload.
And on top of Starbucks, which is in a very good position near there, the red roof takes a shot at the beautiful view of the city.
It is bright and pretty place although it came out grimly because of the sudden cloud.ᅲAᅲ
And then we go to Carlegyo, a famous tourist spot.
There is a long-held tale of the Carlicia, in which during the 4th century of Vaclav, his wife, Joanna, confessed to Father Nefomutsky about her life, and the king, who thought she had any doubts, asked the priest about the confession, but the priest did not do all the talking. The king asked the last question and said he would kill him if he didn't answer, but the bride didn't open her mouth and threw her under the bridge. At that time, the bride said she wasn't looking in pain, but looked kind with a little smile.
With that episode, the bride seems to have grown up. According to my friend who wears the cathedral, an adult has a mark on his head.
That statue is the statue of the priest, Nefomutsky in this episode, and the ring of five stars on his head is probably the symbol.
And if you look under it, you can see the puppy and the queen are worn out and shining in gold, and if you pray there, your wish will come true.
So my mom is making a wish:D (My older sister, but it's hard to upload photos......)
But what the guide said was that the wish was fulfilled was the image of the bride... I think my mom is in the wrong place.
I found out that Queen Joanna wanted to come back to Prague, but my mom might visit Prague again. ᄒ▽ᄒ
The bride's statue also acts like a guardian of the water, and you can easily find her on the local shore.
There is a statue symbolizing Carla University near the bridge.
Each person sitting in four dimensions represents a law department, a philosophy department, a medical science department, and one -- roughly, that's what it is.
It's so funny to see a pigeon on that solemn statue. A shot!
It looked exactly like he was staring at a pigeon, so I took it without realizing it. Haha hot! XD
And the picture of the car that I put up for you is the old car that I rode on the Old Car.
The Old Car Tour is a tour of downtown Prague in that kind of old car.
This is the kind of tour that I think is a little bit of a waste of money, and it was pretty fun.
It was faster than I thought, and I felt like I was riding a bumper car. '▽'
If you go to Prague, it's not a bad tour to try
It's faster than I thought, so if you ride it when it's cold, you'll gain weight. It shines on cold days or rainy days.
The pictures I put in the back of that car were taken in the car. So there's some kind of frame hanging in the picture.
In Prague, spring came, and the pretty colors of the trees bloomed to make the eyes pleasant. I think cherry blossoms started to bloom in Korea.
The last picture I took was a shot at a cafe where I visited when I was given my free time.
Actually, that's where I came from rather than flowers. I don't know because I didn't watch the TV program, but the lead man told me.
But the seats that were televised at the time were said to be on the terrace, but there were no seats there.
I don't know if a lot of Koreans are coming or if it's a popular spot...
We were so tired at the time that we just wanted to sit down and relax, so we sat in a second floor indoor seat with terraced views.
But I can see the scenery outside. I can't stand up until I get up. Huh Hut...
What you see in that picture was pretty, but it tasted good.
I actually ordered the red one because I wanted to eat the berries, but when I ate it, the lemon was more my cup of tea. XD
I thought it would be very sour because it was lemon plus lime, but it was so nice to eat because it was so nice. Maybe it's because I can't eat more sweets than I'm wearing.
So we're going to the next area, Budapest, after the Prague tour. ^▽^r
Finally, from the Czech Republic to Hungary!
(In fact, it's a secret that the lodging was done in Brno, the Czech Republic, near the Hungarian border. What is a hotel for package tours....)
I really don't know how much you're watching in a day. (́ᄆ)
It's the taste of the package that you're going to see around the city for one day.
My sister was almost exhausted at this time, and she couldn't see much. It's a bit sad.
Prague night view is very pretty. I didn't get to watch it well because I wasn't feeling well and tired.
I wanted you to take a good look at Europe.
Anyway! I arrived in Prague, a city I remembered as the most beautiful when I traveled to Europe.
It was already a night when I arrived, and it was supposed to be a night view at this time of the day and then go around Prague again the next day.
It was hard to say when I first visited here, but it was still a beautiful city.
It is also one of the most visited cities by Koreans, so peddlers often speak some Korean.:)
It also shows you the astronomical clock, one of the most representative landmarks in Prague.
There's always a puppet moving around at the right time, and there's a little performance, and when the skeleton that symbolizes death strikes the bell, the three dolls around it shake their heads.
That means I'm not going to die today, but that day, the doll didn't shake her head. Do we all just accept death?
And there are two windows on the top, and 12 apostles pass by, and as I said before, I saw that it's because it's atheism.
About 10 minutes before the hour mark, a lot of tourists are flocking to this astronomical clock.
Is it really worth waiting to see? If you do it, it's really empty. But I went to a tourist destination and I didn't want to see it again, so I'll see it.
What you see over the bridge over the river is Prague Castle. The night view of the peuraaseong will be moved to a visible position and let me take pictures.
You look so pretty with your eyes, but there's a limit to what you can do with your cell phone camera.
Of course the best lens is human eye?!
The last picture is the Apple Museum. This picture was taken by my brother... (Programmer's taste... I don't like Apple that much.
It is a museum dedicated to Steve Jobs. Steve Jobs has never visited Prague in his life.
But I guess there's a Czech who likes it enough to build a museum in Prague.
After finishing the Prague nightlife tour, I go back to the hotel and go back to sleep. (u_u)z
From the place where you can see the first picture, take a shuttle bus to Carlovivari. ^ᄋ^r
Carlovivari is famous for its hot springs. I heard that it was a city frequented by famous people for their health.
Does it mean rain, and the bar is fluffy? I think he meant the city of Carlo.
Hahath... a straightforward name. It's Europe! A very famous person came here to enjoy the hot springs, and over time I get out of my head one by one... (Your explanation sounds almost like your lecture, so sometimes half-sleeping is a part of it, but...)
Maybe it was Goethe!
He told me that it's a mafia-owned area now, and I thought it was scary and expensive.
As a tourist city, it is a very well-organized. There are a lot of luxury shops to visit rich people.
We didn't enjoy the hot springs here because it's a package tour, but if you come on a free trip, why don't you enjoy the hot springs?
The hot spring water flowing here is a drinking hot spring water. There are tap water for drinking in many parts of the city.
It seems to be the culture of this place to drink this hot spring water in a cup that looks like a kettle.
It's hot water, so wouldn't it be good to drink it in a plastic bottle?
My house didn't like to buy unnecessary souvenirs, so I took the cup in another cup without taking a picture.
If you're interested in visiting this place, you might want to take a cup of hot water with you.
Or, if you want to enjoy the culture here, I think it's good to buy a cup from this city.
(Actually, I like the latter better, but now that I've come on a family trip, I've had no choice but to follow......)
The taste is... hot and salty. ten thousand
We drank chocolate ice cream in the cup and it tasted like cocoa at first.
The second time I drank, I could taste the original hot spring water.
I've also tried it with some of the most popular dishes in the Czech Republic. Actually, the one I ate during my previous visit to the Czech Republic was more delicious.
The ice cream tasted different at the same time. There wasn't that much sugar either. I had it in Prague at the time. If you visit, try it in Prague.
That ice cream is common in Korea. It was chocolate, vanilla, and ice cream.
At first, I thought it would be very small, but it's bigger than I thought. I don't know if it's too big. I don't know if it's deep.
If you go inside, the road is very long. In the meantime, you can see many beautiful buildings, and there is a good walkway.
I just don't know what those buildings mean. You just gave me free time at this time.
I thought it was just a pretty building. I don't think it's a bad city to see for a day. '▽'
The third picture from the back, the white building is from the OOO7 Casino Royale.
I think it looked really big in the movie, but it actually feels like it's a bit.
It was a time when the sun was setting, and it was a beautiful building because of the backlight.
Quickly finish the tour of Carlovivari and move to Prague. ^^)r
Just a short bus ride from the Filsner Urkel factory is nearby St. Bartholomeo.
In fact, I thought Plzen was a town that had nothing but a Philsner Urkel factory, but not that much, but it was partly built as a tourist destination.
(Cheko can see quite well where the vestiges of communism remain even a little way out of Prague......)
There is an angel's face on the front door of St. Bartholomeo's Cathedral, and one of them is shiny.
(If you see it in the picture, it's a little silverish, but if you see it, it's shiny. I've touched it so much that it's worn out in circles.)
There is a legend that if you hold it and make a wish, it will come true.
My brother and I didn't wish for it because we don't believe in such superstitions, but my mother and sister went and prayed for it.
One of the pictures is my sister making a wish.
But I was wondering what an angel's face is like. I thought this was the face of an angel.
Yellow... the face of a golden angel... For the Czechs, this is the face of an angel.
And on the right there was a city hall with a clock right at the top, and on the left there was an altar.
I don't know what it means because I'm uncivilized.
Is it religious or related to the history of this country or both?
Anyway, the market was on that day, and the market was held in front of the cathedral.
My brother wanted to look around because he wanted to buy his girlfriend's gift, but it seemed hard to buy something for her because it was almost food or fruit.
Take a quick look around here and go to the next tourist destination, Karlovivari. ^▽^
We easily crossed the border and arrived at Plzen in the Czech Republic by bus. s(^▽^)z
It's also a place I personally expected.
Before coming to this package family trip, I traveled to Europe with my friends, and one of the countries I traveled to was the Czech Republic.
But I couldn't visit because I didn't have the time to go to Plzen.
The first purpose of my free trip with my friends was to explore beer.
My friends and I love beer, so we wanted to drink beer from various countries.
In fact, before I visited the Czech Republic, I went to Czech Republic in Gangnam, and I learned that Czech beer was delicious.
So when I was planning a trip with my friends, I wanted to make sure that I put the Czech Republic in, but I didn't think Philsner Urkel was that good.
That's because Cozle dak was the best in Czech Republic. But Filsner Urkel, who traveled to Europe and tasted it in his home country, was so different from what he drank in Korea that in the Czech Republic, he hardly touched Cozle dak. ^^;
I was very excited even before I went to visit Philsner Urkel's manufacturing plant, where I had such a good memory.
Actually, I wanted to take a picture of the door when I entered this place because it was so nice, but I didn't get the chance to film it. I was going to take a picture after I finished my tour of the beer factory, but I couldn't afford it because of my tight schedule.
When you enter the factory, it tells you the history of how the Czechs in the past made this beer.
It shows the past that people used to work with their hands, and it's now quite automated.
It also shows the production process of Hope, which is one of the essential materials of Filsner Urkel.
In fact, I had no idea of Hope's existence at all, and I knew that it was the first plant. When you taste foreign beer, it tastes a little bit bitter, but it's called Hope.
Hope is said to help you get a good night's sleep, but I think it would be great for someone who is sensitive and has some insomnia.^ᄋ^
When you follow the guide inside, you go into a cold cave, where you show Philsner Urkel, which is stored in a barrel (which may have been said to be sugar, but it's not accurate), and at the end, your cool grandpa will pour you a drink so you can actually taste it.
The wine that I tasted right from my own manufacturing place was so much.
My family didn't drink much except me, but they seemed very satisfied. I was so proud.
I was so slow to drink that I couldn't finish my drink in a given time that I was so sorry.
If I had plenty of time and a little complacency, I would have been able to continue drinking a few. Hugh...
Of course, every tourist destination must be a souvenir shop.
There is a souvenir shop just before you leave the factory after the tour. There, my family bought two bottles of Filsner Urkel and a bottle of soda and a Radler. (Of course, cider here is alcohol. It's a bit like beer, but it's more than vodka, which is common in convenience stores in Korea:D. Time is tight, so Pilsner Urkel (bottlenecks) tasted it a few days later was similar to what we've tasted in Korea. I've used a lot.
I think it's the best to drink with a draught.
After a tour of the Pilsnaurkel Beer Factory, we move to St. Bartholomeo Cathedral, another tourist destination in the same city. (r ^ᄋ^)r
At the end of March, I went to Eastern Europe for a family trip. ☆(^ᄋ^)/☆
I decided to go on a trip to Europe that I've never been to before to spend my sister's holidays more vigorously because of the change in the law. In fact, she wanted me to go on a free trip like I did on a trip to Europe, but she decided to go to the package because of my mother's opposition. I realized that it was God's turn. Of course, I personally prefer free travel, but for family travel, the package seems to be better.
On March 29, the first day went to Incheon Airport early in the morning.
I've never been on a package trip before, and I didn't realize it, but all the travel agencies were in the N-county.
We had to take the bus from the airport bus to Terminal 1 where the "-1" is attached.
I thought that if it wasn't for the bus, I could walk less by going one more stop and getting off.
Because our plane was Asiana... Asiana is concentrated in the A-C counter.
(I heard that Korean Air wasn't at Terminal 1 but it was real. I thought you'd be in the A counter...)
Anyway, I thought everyone was going to get together and have a meeting, but I just gave them a brief briefing in the order in which they came.
You're in charge of something... He seemed to have lost all his motivation under the pressure of his work....(But he did a good job of dealing with it with his experience.)
As I am not sure, I will proceed with the departure procedure, take a rest in the lounge and take a plane to Frankfurt.
When we arrived, Frankfurt was warmer than our country.
Europe will be cold. Contrary to my mother's worries, overall, it continued to be very warm.
In Europe, we were lucky because there weren't many good days.
I think it was an average of 8 degrees to 18 degrees during my trip.
It was cold in Korea, so I started wearing a parka, but when I arrived, it was so hot that I couldn't even wear it.
Just because I got here, I didn't mean to go sightseeing here.
On the package trip I went to, Frankfurt was just the door...
As soon as I arrived, I took a bus to Tennessee. (About 4 hours to fill)
There is a different way of transportation than our country. It means that big cars like buses can't run at a higher speed than scheduled.
It runs on average between 60 and 80. So even if we go the same distance, we can't go as fast as our country.
There is no specific speed limit for passenger cars, but there is one big accident that can happen in large cars (such as buses and trucks).
Ah~ The man in front of the bus who is going very slowly expressed frustration, but what would he do with the corporation here?
a law for safety I thought it was okay to be like Germany, which is well organized, but it's going to be different.
In addition to the speed limit, there is a limit to the driver's driving time, which means you should take two breaks during the journey, and at least 15 minutes for the first run and at least 30 minutes for the second run. I found out that it takes up to four and a half hours to run without a break. In fact, I take a combined break for 45 minutes at a time and keep running. Such breaks can be a time for travelers to visit the bathroom. (It's also time to buy the necessities of life. The package has so little free time that it is preferable to have things for the hotel at this time.)
In addition, 11 hours after the end of the journey, I thought that the travel agent or conductor who had to plan the trip would be a bit upsetting. (If the road is blocked and the end of the day is delayed, it could be a big setback for the next schedule, so I thought it was really a time-fighting job.)
The second picture I posted was a picture of Tenesburg. I got on the bus and saw all the reflected light from the window, Hugh.
I didn't just go sightseeing here, I just slept. It was a country town that smelled like cow dung. I've never lived in Sigol before.)
I didn't really have any schedule on the first day. I chose these packages on purpose. Because I wasn't very strong, I thought it would be hard to travel from day one. I was very tired of just traveling on the plane for 11 to 12 hours and on the bus for 4 hours.
Arrived, slept, and woke up, ate breakfast at the hotel, and moved to Pilsnergkel's main fault:D
From Germany to the Czech Republic!