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... ahead to get to Vienna in time for the concert tonight. We have only one day tomorrow in Vienna instead of today and tomorrow. Never mind. Getting tired of running around looking at things now. Vienna is huge. 1.8 million in the city alone. Doug and Ashy went in to the city tonight. They organised a bus for those who didn't want to go, just as well really. Melk abbey was gold gold gold. ...
... We cross the river into Vienna and we know already from our books that there is no 'main centre' so we head in no certain direction. Ahead of us there are a load of flags and some chanting (third time we have seen this sort of demonstration and we fondly refer to them as "riots"), so we proceed for the obvious rubbernecking one would expect. It turns out to be a Muslim anti-ISIS free-Syria demonstration, very peaceful and sombre. Next, we admire the spectacular cathedral - ...
Had a lovely stroll around the lovely village of Durnstein so much prettier than Vienna and just as I imagined it to be. It was so nice to sit up the front of the boat after our little stroll and watch the world go by And we saw some nudists on the banks of the river having a picnic plenty of bare behinds. We had a light lunch in ...
... and send to Australia, it was that good. Moni also got me to try many weckerl, which doesn't have an English translation but is basically small breads/rolls, with Austrian butter which is simply 100x better than any butter you can get in Australia. I also got to try an array of cream cheeses, Austrian marmalade and several types of ham/prosciutto. But my goodness, nothing could top that cheese!
We drove 2hrs to get to Andi's parents' place. ...
... HUGE! The corridors down the side are 200m long, and the church was amazing. Twelve floors of library housing aroud 10 000 books.
Before dinner, we were entertained by a trio of young men from Slovakia - 2 violinists & a guitarist - who played a variety of classical music for us. They were wonderful - a real treat.
Tonight, we cruise to Linz - our last Austrian port.