EuroHotel Airport Vienna
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... place was heaving and there were a number of restaurants doing excellent, albeit perhaps overpriced trade. We had a meander (and a particularly longer linger in the cheese shop) before deciding to pay a visit to Café Neko, Vienna’s very own cat café! I have spent most of my life since discovering this concept (which apparently was invented by the Japanese) wanting to visit a cat café! And now here was my opportunity!
I have to admit, I had set ...
We've just got back from our Vienna bus tour. A bit of a disappointment, well that's too strong. Requires explanation.
Due to the distance travelled last night the boat reached Vienna in the late morning, and after an early lunch we got onto the bus with the German speaking passengers around 1.30. Fabulous modern comfortable bus. The docking station is 6Km from the city, and the route into town passes through an industrial part and isn't pretty. The description ...
... s Square. A Platz dominated by a gothic cathedral. As with so many European Churches the stonework shows the sign of too much inner city living, their wall once pristine now heavily blackened. These churches are imposing rather than beautiful. Oddly as you can see in the photo the interior was festooned with modern light installations that seemed to be bearing folded prayers. Curiouser and curiouser one would say. Leading from this square are archways and narrow ...
Today we took a day trip to Salzburg. It's almost too far to go in a day but the journey on the Austrian expressways makes it feasible. Salzburg is just over 300kms west of Vienna so you leave the city and drive past the magnificent Schonbrunn Palace (summer home of the Habsburgs in their day, and now a museum, gorgeously lit at night), on past the fabled Vienna woods and through the low lying agricultural countryside, until you finally hit ...
... light is red, but very few people cross on the red. Even with no cars in sight, people wait for the walk light to turn green. Vienna has a pretty good system of bike paths, and pedestrians risk being run over if they linger in the bike path. You'll see many people using bikes to commute to work or whatever. But, it's still not Amsterdam.
Without trying, our carbon footprint has been reduced. We have a clothes line on the balcony. In weather like this, most items dry faster on ...