City Hotel Stockerau
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... fans! Nearer Budapest the land becomes more wooded and there are also grapes being grown. The traffic is slower and busier as we approach Szolnok. The farms are smaller here, with more variety of crops and livestock. The town is located on the Tisza river, an important site for freshwater fisheries. We book in to the Garden Hotel, across the river from the old part of ...
... we were ready to leave the rain had started. The Leopold Museum was a great place to spend a wet afternoon, it showcases the worlds largest collection of Egon Schiele paintings alongside other Austrian artists. It also featured Art Nouveau furniture and precious handcrafts. It was after five by the time we headed back to our accommodation to freshen up before finding someplace to ...
... one of which was being played. If they were all going at once it would be a somewhat deafening experience.
Maree and Jeff headed off up to the fortress after Mass and Rob and I walked along the river to another little village where we stumbled upon yet another church – insignificant on the outside but jaw dropping inside. The weather had cleared and we were treated to great views of the Untersberg mountains with their snow covered ...
... trees. It was obvious that the Christmas tree stands were just setting up with their fresh cut trees (i.e. they don't start selling trees 2 months before Chrismas!). The street was filled with the scent of the fresh cut pines and occasionally whiffs of coffee when you walked by one of the 2,700 cafes that make Vienna famous. Over the pedestrian shopping streets were strung large chandeliers sparkling with lights and millions of rows of Christmas lights strung over the shoppers. ...
... Museum quarter last evening – very exclusive, but also home to Café Central! Viennese café culture is an institution, and for us, the cakes delivered! I had a raspberry/yogurt/poppyseed torte (gluten free, very healthy!, layers of a ground poppy seed chocolate base, a creamy cheesecaky supposedly yogurt layer, topped with raspberries in raspberry jelly. Went well with my white wine spritzer. I ...