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... for eternity. Not sure if anyone has come back and removed theirs. A long drive then of nearly 5 hours to Vienna with one quick comfort stop. Mind you you have to pay for every 'mission' 50c to €1. Or 75c to $1.50. A lot of places take it off your bill of you buy something unless it is public. Keeps the restrooms clean and tidy though. We are staying at the Hilton in the centre of Vienna. OMG. It is huge and very busy. The room is good but ...
... had the Kaiserschmarrn with poppy seeds and strawberries and cherries. It was excellent and very sweet. Val had a crepe with Brie cheese, walnuts and cranberries. We both had an excellent wine. Then we headed to the Vienna opera house for a performance of classical tunes. The musicians were all in dressed in Mozart costumes. It was very good, but we were tired and kept trying to keep each other from nodding off. Afterwards we walked back to the hotel and it was raining just a ...
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... was playing. It was all pine wood and solid tables inside but the service was attentive and the food great.
Next morning we went to the Albertina Museum which houses one of the most important print rooms in the world and also a collection of old master prints as well as modern works. The collection was assembled, initially, by Duke Albert who was married to Maria Christina, Marie Antoinette’s sister. Not only was the ...
We arrived late on Friday night into Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. We were going to stay both Friday and Saturday night in Bratislava, with a day trip to Vienna on Saturday to walk round the town and enjoy the Christmas Markets. Bratislava and Vienna are the two closets capitals in the world and only an hour train ride apart. For €13 return per person it was such an easy commute. We arrived at the Christmas Markets at 10.30am, not long after they opened. It was ...