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... rico! :D --------- At Vienna. The eight and half hours flight wasn't as bad as I anticipated. We already went through customs and was very easy. In less than an hour will be boarding the last flight that will take us to Tel Aviv. Here we had the most expensive coffee and bottled water of history. At least the coffee is as good as the Venezuelan one, yum! ...
... tourist trap, it was high time for something to eat! Beaver took slug to another of her favourite cafés, Cafe Central, but we took one look at the queue and decided better of it. Instead of coffee and cake we would have lunch. So taking the scenic route through the Freyung a lovely square and conveniently past the fire station yet again, we ended up at a tiny old traditional restaurant called Brezl Gwölb. Slug tried to ...
Salzburg. Caught the two-and-a-half
hour train from Vienna to Salzburg. It was raining as we left.
Arrived in Salzburg around midday but couldn't check into our hotel
until 2pm, so we went out for a walk. Visited the Mariengarten, which
was quite nice, and then proceeded to walk around the old town. Had a
very average cake and hot chocolate before heading up the hill to see
the castle. As the ...
... in during this time. Nowhere to go, no driving to do, no work to do, no ironing to do, no house work to do, no meals to cook, not office to clean, no contract to draft............. you get the picture. This is not a common situation for us. So we sat back and enjoyed the ride. Read for a while, watched a cooking demonstration (how to cook a Vienna Strudel - ze correct way), had lunch, planned the excursions for the rest of ...
... I apologise if I am making anyone in Australia jealous. Vienna so far has been a beautiful city experience. Blah blah blah architecture, blah blah blah culture, blah blah blah museums, all explained in the photos. What I really want to talk about is this market we found across the road from our hostel. It's called the naschmarkt district, kind of like the south Melbourne/queen Victoria markets but a little ...