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... to Salzburg was just lovely, all leather seats, quiet and very fast, up to 230km/hr. Scenery was clouded in haze and fog for much of the way, but it cleared for the last half hour or so to a perfect day. Passed by green, green fields, some with cows grazing contentedly, the archetypal two storied houses with balcony, lakes, mountains in the background. What more could you ask for? Weather is supposed to hold at least till next Tuesday so looking forward to ...
... before an organ concert was scheduled to begin, so we decided to stay. It was actually very bad, I've never heard an organ sound so horrible. All it did was make us tired. So we left after a few songs.
- Demel: a famous chocolate shop that also has amazing cakes. We had to try some, so we got them to go and took them over to the nearby Hofburg Palace to sit down and eat them. I got a Topfeltorte (topfel is a sweet cheese that ...
... accordion, and then we continued biking only stopping for a beer and then later on some lunch. Dan ate schnitzel again and I had goulash and a salad. The salad tasted just like what my Oma and Dad make. I am so happy here. :)
Tonight we are facing off in some Mrs vs. Mr card games. The honeymooners are happy and doing well!
... fall to tour the Empress Sissi's private garden. I'm glad I waited, the gardens were in their full glory. And like Sissi, I had the garden nearly to myself. Supposedly, she took her exercise there. I can't imagine that she was jogging, I certainly didn't see anything that could have been exercise equipment, or yoga mats. I also don't suppose that she was weeding the gardens, so I can only think that her "exercise" consisted of walking ...
... district stopping in at St Stephen's Cathedral. We met Jay and Scott for a schnitzel and beer dinner, more walking, yummy ice cream and back to the flat for photo uploading and blog writing! I love Vienna!
Best things Day Two: Schonbrunn, walking around town
Worst things: trouble sleeping due to city noise-we're country mice, inexpensive coffee is hard to find.