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... in a beir garten for a late lunch. The
establishment seemed to serve either deepfried dishes eg schnizels or
boiled beef in a broth. We went for the broth. I had some weiner
white sausages and mustard followed by ox tongue in a broth. Rather
nice and certainly filled us up so we won't need tea.
So now we are at the airport and only
an hour away from our flight home. There will be a ...
... Dürnstein behind, we headed for Krems. Beaver found a place to park, but alas we couldn't stay there as we had no money to pay for parking so couldn't leave the car. There weren't any shops either. So we moved the car, We worked out if we had some cake we could get change for the car parking . We took a quick stroll through the old town of Krems but we really wanted to be in Vienna , so we set off on our final leg of our road trip. Successfully navigating ...
... Red Bull.
Unemployment is 4.8%.
if we want to clean up the monuments it seems you need a laser cleaner, not a stihl water blaster that we were going to use.
To buy an apartment in the city is is 23-30,000E / sq m and to rent you pay also by the sq m @ 2000E.
We then went off and saw the remaining sights we wanted to see and photograph. Visited Beethoven - he has a very humble square he sits in, almost hidden; saw ...
... the end of a wide boulevard that is lined with high end shops. The King was actually only a Duke and ruler of the region, with the title of king being granted posthumously by a subsequent king. Wenceslas was assassinated by his own brother Bolesav the Cruel in 935, and the Pope later made Wenceslas a Saint. The old town is a maze of narrow cobbled streets, and we would come across a "new" street every time we went out. The ...
... it was a good refresher to get a drink. Which still tasted like a regular Starbucks despite the distance across the sea. We walked from the Starbucks down to the Danube where you could sit and walk around on the base of the river bank and there were a bunch of cement steps people were relaxing on. We sat under a tree and just talked and relaxed and it was nice to not have an agenda. This part of the river is really famous because I guess the city has ...
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