City Hotel Stockerau
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... and positively defeated, went back to our hostel to try and sleep off my stomach ache.
The nature of travel is that of course not everything is always going to go your way and today was the perfect example of that. If anything, our experience has taught me two important lessons. Firstly, we should have gone to Bratislava and secondly, never to believe that small portions of wiener schnitzel exist in Austria. Because from my experience, they ...
... through the town towards the Abby. Easy to see as it towered above the village. A fairly steep climb up the steps to the courtyard of the Abby and a ten minute wait for the English guided tour. So far our timing is right on. The Abby was originally a castle owned by the Babenbergs who were the rulers of Austria and Melk was the capital. When the capital was relocated to Vienna the family donated the castle to the Benedictine Monks for the Abby and it has been an Abby to this ...
... for taking photos from especially when bumping over the cobblestone laneways...! We had lunch in town of our baguettes and cheese and salami as well as a few wafer biscuits from Manner which is a famous Austrian wafer biscuit maker... We then checked out Steffl which is apparently Vienna's number one department store.....it may be but we quickly realised we did not belong in there....it was all label brands I picked up a ...
... A "walk and fork" tour in the evening provided me a brief history into Vienna followed by a traditional dinner including Vienna's famous apple strudel for dessert. Vienna is known for its sweets and this didn't disappoint and either did the famous Demel ice cream I had the following day.
It was in Vienna as I walked through the pretty city that I realised that I had achieved everything ...
... and learning more and more about music- especially in the Classical Capital of the world!! I even was able to virtually conduct the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra! Definitely adding THAT to my résumé!!
Speaking of music, I'm going to dinner and an orchestra concert tonight with guests vocalists and dancers for my last experience in Vienna!! Unfortunately, it's not at the world-renounced Vienna Opera House, but at the Kursalon Wien. So, here's hoping it's still wonderful!