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So let's just say things didn't go exactly to plan....
We had a few lovely days catching our breath and then the boys both got gastro...12 hours apart...as you do. A house call (or hotel call) from an Austrian doctor at 0200 is a story in itself. He comes from a group called....wait for it...doc around the clock! Funny heh? Yes well, let's just say it was comedic but for all the wring reasons.
... and then decided to stay for dinner. Much better atmosphere here - five of us had the traditional schnitzel for dinner, that included chips and salad. We could even get some pepper sauce for our snitty which was a bonus! Yum Had plenty of laughs with Betty, Pete, Vee, Mitch, Binni and me. Great night out. Back to the hotel after a great night out. ACCOMMODATION: HILTON PLAZA, VIENNA (4/5 - ****** wifi ...
... leave it there for now as I need to jump on a train to Slovenia. Have a great weekend. Sorry I haven't managed to Skype but it's really difficult with the time difference and the fact that I only have wifi in certain hostels. I'll try to respond to your messages. I think there are only 2 weeks of the trip to go so I will see you all very soon. I'm sure you are all used to having Mrs Andrews now so you might not want me back! Too bad, I'm coming! Bye for now, Miss ...
... red umbrella, lots of tourists around each following an umbrella but somehow everyone seems to be organised. We walked through smart shopping areas carrying top end brand names and then went to St.Stephens Cathedral. Once again a stunning interior. We now had free time so wandered around and bought a piece of Gustav Klimt porcelain, all too soon time to return to our bus for the ...
... out over the rest of the city. We did not go inside Karlskirche but visited it as a prelude to a wander through the Naschmarkt, the latter proving disappointingly modern although the food on offer was mouthwateringly tempting!
One bonus we had not anticipated was the quality of the food and the evocative wood panelled restaurants and stylish cafes we visited. There wasn’t a great deal of variety in the food but the Weiner Schnitzels were plate ...