Mercure Josefshof Wien
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... enjoying a few drinks! At 5.30pm we joined the other 26 people on our tour for a quick briefing from our Tour Director -Gaspar - and then were taken on our luxurious coach to a brewery/restaurant for a welcome dinner! So our tour has officially started - the usual mix of very different people on tour, Americans, Canadians, Japanese and Aussies - and we looking forward to our first adventures ...
... the crowd, watched the chipmunks, had lunch and back to the hotel in the afternoon for a rest and start to pack for tomorrow. Dinner at our friends house this evening, they have spoilt us rotten. Then say our goodbyes and home. Tomorrow we are off on the Austrian Romantic Road to places like Halstadt, St Gilgen, Wolfgangsee and into Bavaria to Schwangau, then to Bolzano in Italy. Hope it does not get too cold we want to walk and maybe ride a ...
... at Cedar Point. At Cedar Point it is raised about 20-30' off the ground. We went up a tower 95 meters high. We could see all over Vienna. It is the tallest swing of its kind in the world. When we were done with the rides we went to the Bier Garden and they had beer, I had Apfelsaft (apple juice). Larry, Derek and I had a small pretzel. We had decided to take the Tram Tour on the Ringstrasse as it was getting dark, but when we got on the U-Bahn ...
... the crowds. On the way back we found an old tavern that has existed since about 1200, where a number of important people have rested and had a drink. Ie; Mozart, the king, his executioner, and others. We had a cider in the dingy dark interior sitting on chairs that looked like they were hundreds of years ...
... one girl who was sitting forlornly on a marble rail, seeming just as annoyed with the situation as me.
I spent the next couple of days determined to stop feeling sorry for myself and walked through the city in a better frame of mind. I tried to get a feel for how the locals live and work by eating schnitzels and drinking hearty weissbier for lunch, and sipping coffee at bars in the mornings. But to be honest, there were hardly any locals about. Mostly ...