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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

WW - Horse-drawn Carriage rides for tourists in Austria

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38 comments:

  1. a charming way to see the sites.
    love those horsies in the last picture.

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  2. Haha.. I do not see you riding the carriage.

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  3. I bet it can be romantic to be on the ride. :)

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  4. What a great way to see the city. Beautiful shots.

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  5. That looks like a a wonderful and desirable method of clean & green transportation. Something to be said for the old ways...

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  6. I will do that romantic ride one day!

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  7. I've never taken a ride on a horse carriage before.. but I love to see them. But sometimes I pity how the owner made them work so hard.. =|

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  8. Beautiful horses...Great shots. Did you go for a ride ?

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  9. This looks like so much fun! and romantic. Love horses!

    Feel free to pass my my WW post:
    http://www.herdeepthoughts.com/2010/07/wordless-wednesday-work-its-all-about.html

    Best,
    Li
    http://twitter.com/LaLicenciada

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  10. Imagine you are a princess getting married.

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  11. Beautiful horses. What a neat thing to do.

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  12. I like it, we have them in Brussels too !

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  13. The horse carriages look very cool!! It must be really fun taking in the sights seated in one.

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  14. Austria is very picturesque i knew and i am sure that this ride has just added on to the beauty.Thanks.

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  15. I don't know about the tourists, but those are some nice looking horses.

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  16. I've been in one of those! It's a nice slow way to see the scenery. Good shots!

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  17. That looks like a fun way to be a tourist. At least the pollution is different than what comes out of cars.

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  18. I love the last one, something about those ponies and their plaid blankets, lovely!

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  19. Nothin like a lovely carriage ride. Thanks so much for linkin up for WW!

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  20. The horses seem not too big, unlike before. These carriages bring back the memory of the past as we see in the movie.

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  21. I loved riding those. Next year we will be there.

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  22. Oh I love these! always wanted to try this. My son & d.i.l. went on one in Montreal. Faythe @GrammyMousetails

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  23. In the Philippines we have kalesa and karitela, same as these carriages and it's fun to ride it.

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  24. Waiting for another wonderful set of pics.. :)

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