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... I stayed in a hostel called Blues Hostel which held live Blues music performances at nighttime. Next I headed to the East of Slovakia to an area called The High Tatras. It's a mountain range that runs through Slovakia and into Polland. I cannot even describe how incredibly beautiful it was there. I'll post some pics but you really had to be there to even comprehend actually how stunning it is. I went on a cable car up to the highest point which is ...
... by Charlemagne around the year 800.
I also enjoyed my first Kasekrainer an Austrian cheese filled sausage served with a sweet mustard for lunch. Yummy! Another speciality of this region is the Sachertorte, a delicious chocolate cake thinly coated with apricot jam and a layer of thick chocolate icing on top served with a dollop of whipped cream.
In the evening we were entertained by an eight piece orchestra, 2 sopranos and a ...
... told us it's about a 20 minute walk from the train station. However since we have our luggage she suggested we take the bus and told us where where to catch the bus. We had been waiting for few minutes when the lady happen to pass by and was surprised to see us. Apparently we were waiting at the wrong bus stop! It was really nice of her to guide and walk us to the correct stop. We enjoyed the next two days walking, biking and sightseeing in this friendly little town. ...
... we sight-see.
And there’s plenty to see! In the Upper Belvedere palace there are gallery upon gallery of modern art, medieval art and impressionist art, all laid out in wonderfully baroque rooms, most impressive of which is the incredible marble hall which lies at the centre of the palace. After an hour or so drinking it all in, we wrap ourselves up again and brave the bitter air to walk down through the formal gardens to the Lower Belvedere palace ...
... It is the symbol of the city. Its tower stands 450 feet tall, making it one of the most impressive churches in Europe. Vienna is well known for Wiener Schnitzel, Tafelspitz and Apfelstrudel, and we sampled their treats at a famous Cafe-Mozart. Coffee and desert...who could ask for more. We then walked around town and found another church, more fabulous than ...