Austria Classic Schlosshotel Oth
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... there are no fences but crop by long strips with different crops side by side. Same crops as in Germany and Austria, wheat, barley, maize and sunflowers. After we got over the Austrian border there were huge rows of wind farms, literally hundreds of wind towers generating electricity for the country. PM - Just before arriving into Vienna Central rail station, it started to pour rain. By the time we got off the train, ...
... then trzesniewski to buy my sandwiches, then Billa, then home. Princey fell asleep so quickly! Will hopefully have time to cook him something yummy & healthy, but he is coughing a bit so might not sleep that long. Evening - dinner at gausthaus polsch, famous austrian restaurant opposite our flat. Then as the rain continued we took the Ring tram around the city centre which allowed us to see all the famous sights of ...
... enjoyed our amazing dinner. Liz and Chris cooked an amazing glazed ham, roast vegetables and beans and salad. Was delicious. I contributed by cooking up a steamed pudding which took 3 hours. It was pretty special by having a surprise candied orange in the centre that infused orange juice through the pudding. I did fail a bit by buying vanilla yoghurt instead of custard ...
... Vienna is known for its Christmas markets and has dozens of them.
We wandered down a few streets among the crowd and found a boutique grocery store which unknown to us at the time was on our list to check out later. Was one of the most beautiful stores I have seen. Beats Nosh and Harrods hands down as is reasonably priced. We brought a few staples due to us having a kitchen in our apartment.
We then headed back to our apartment and checked in. ...
... like quite a few things in Vienna, was an immense display of decadence and wealth. The architecture featured was royal and ornate, with columns and statues placed at every opportunity. The complex was surrounded by gardens and what is now a museum complex to the west. I entered through the west courtyard, with views of the museum complex the parliament building. It seems that any building of import in the city is built from white stone. Row after row ...