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... or what we should do so we just jumped on the first tram and decided to let it lead us wherever, by the last stop we didn't see anything worth seeing at all, so on foot we went. Pretty soon we had found a shopping and food street. We grabbed a beer and decided to head down to the main subway line and go see St. Stephens. Dan is on a hunt in Europe to find the best "street-meat", ...
... valley. The bike paths through the valley are a very popular and world-famous biking tourism destination, and we biked along what is considered the most scenic part of the route. Our first stop, in Durnstein, had us wandering around a 900-year-old town that, according to our guide, probably looked the same five hundred years ago as it does today. The ruins on the mountain overlooking the town were once a castle from when Duke Leopold V ...
... comes to the door. I try several times, and knock as well but to no avail. I am at a loss at what to do next. There is a phone number listed but I don't have a European SIM card. I sit on the staircase and just wonder what to do. I knock on some of the neighbouring doors to see if they might ring the number for me, but no answer there either.
Eventually I give up and decide I'll have to find a new place for the night. I take the ancient lift back ...
... seen all of the rooms in the opera house considering I'd been there four times before for performances. At one point in our tour, the guide (who was super nice) was explaining how only operas and ballets are performed there with the exception of one operetta by Strauss. She asked if anyone knew which operetta it was.
I called out "Die Fledermaus," and was correct. Thank you, Music History.
After our tour, I was just dying to stay a little while longer. All I wanted to ...
... the glaze over the cake, allowing it to run down the sides, being sure that the glaze completely coats the cake (patch any bare spots with the spatula and the icing that has dripped). Cool until the glaze is barely set, then transfer the cake to a serving plate. Refrigerate until the glaze is completely set, at least 1 hour. Remove the cake from the refrigerator about 1 hour before serving.8. To serve, slice with a sharp knife dipped into hot ...