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... br> We looked in the church where it was cool inside. The church was way over the top in gold decorations.
We found several open restaurants and food stands, one had Chili Con Carne listed, now that was a place I was not going to eat at. We found a guesthouse open with an open courtyard serving food. A lunch of grilled pork chops, veges along with some local wine was just what ...
... offer us surprises and today's was an aerobics class, sponsored by Reebok across the street from the Parliament buildings. 50 young, mostly fit woman jumping around to loud pop music!
We went past the Giant Ferris Wheel, the Prater park, the church dedicated to St Francis Assisi and the modern office and apartment buildings being built across the river. A sharp contrast to the old town. Vienna prides itself on its parklands and much of ...
... as we were leaving for Germany the following day. We visited the Hofburg, Rathaus, Parliament building, Schonbrunn, Belvedere Palace. Vienna is definitely an impressive and majestic city.
It was time to move onto our next destination. We took the train to Passau, Germany. It's a nice little town where the the three rivers meet- Danube, Ilz and Inn rivers. Our hotel was just outside the city on the other side of the Danube river. The lady from the ...
... outside the country. Diethylene glycol, a common ingredient in antifreeze, was added to their wine to make the sweetening process more efficient. Germans were bottling it as their own and when they were exposed for selling this lethal liquor, quickly pointed fingers at the Austrian market. Their wine industry was destroyed and is only now slowly regaining international recognition. Known for their whites, we sampled ...
... English many only had German so we had to guess at what we were seeing. There were many hands on displays but half of these were out of order. One of the funniest things we did was to sit on a scale replica of a penny farthing bike! I managed to get up and down without any problems...Amanda on the other hand put on one hell of a show! After many hours we left and chilled in the park for a while before catching the metro back into town. ...