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Travel Blogs from Vienna
We had a lazy morning before spending the last of our Czech crowns on lunch. We were heading to our next stop today, Vienna in Austria. We were collected around lunchtime and made it into Austria's capital around 5pm. Unfortunately the weather was closing in, so there would not be too much exploring this evening. The hostel is very nice and big, so it was not so bad being indoors. We headed out for a delicious Chinese ...
... alongside often a canal/stream with lots of predominantly cyclists or skaters, young and old. Initially out of Prague there was countryside of corn fields or sunflowers. A lot of the houses look the same, just different colours, all with orange or brown tile roofs. Perhaps tourists to NZ think our houses all look the same?
Vienna was only 24 degrees when we arrived and climbed over the afternoon to 31! Vienna ...
... season the escalopes
with salt and pepper. You will need three shallow bowls - 1 for the eggs, 1
for flour and 1 for breadcrubs. Dip the escalopes in the flour first, then in
the whisked egg and then in the breadcrumbs. Be careful to ensure that the
the entire escalope is completely covered with the breadcrumbs.
Place the escalopes in a hot
frying pan, the oil in the pan should be deep enough that the schnitzel's
... Vienna Hofburg Orchestra was the highlight of the visit to Vienna for Kerrie. The music of Strauss has always been a favourite of hers since she first learnt to play the Blue Danube Waltz on the piano as a young girl. No doubt she enjoyed the music as she swayed and smiled throughout the performance. It must have been good, because even Greg stayed awake for the whole time. The 30 members of the orchestra were joined by five opera singers ...
... the shops then made way back to hotel for a afternoon nap. At 5pm we meet downstairs for dinner. We drove by bus out to the outskirt village of ...... Where we went to a local resteraunt for typical music food and entertainment. Drove back into Vienna to the Kaselon for a Viennese concert. Classical music including some of the most famous works of johann Strauss and Wolfgang Mozart performed by some of the most highly acclaimed soloists and dancers in Austria. Just ...