Mercure Josefshof Wien
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... sights in Vienna I can see, and I just don’t have the energy for a long day trip so I’ll have to visit Mauthausen another time. I noticed that the Red Bus tours stop just outside the hotel, so that will probably be my first activity tomorrow after breakfast, as that will provide me with a good overview of the city. Hopefully I’ll be able to see Schonbrunn or Hofburg Palace during my time here.
2015 Sept. 27 - Sunday
... it in a type of feed out wagon then dumping it on shore, creative.
Came back for grill lunch on board, they had a local Austrian sausage, smoked beef & cheese, this was divine, hate to imagine the calories though.
This time we turned right & walked for about 1 & 1/2 hours into & around the city. Apparently Vienna is the most gay friendly city ...
... spritz for lunch at Naschmarkt, then headed to a little region called Grinzing which is kind of like a Niagara-on-the-lake. Known for it's homemade wines, we stopped into a cozy cafe to have some wine and cheese. Vienna is ultimately a place to visit in the summer because of each palace's beautiful gardens, but we had a lot of fun and really enjoyed the show.
Saturday we took a one hour bus to Bratislava, Slovakia, a very random place to visit, but we decided to ...
... the music selection was not. Geesh we are in one of the world famous music cities and all they can play is rehashed 70s hits recreated by no name artists. (Ever heard Lionel Richie's “Party” at 7:30 in the morning sung one beat too slow … it's not pretty.)
Anyway, Cheryl and I headed out in our Inspector Clouseau garb and across the square to buy tickets for the evening tour of St. Stephens Cathedral. We found the ticket booth ...
... It is famous almost solely for imprisoning Ric*************heart within the castle for a period of six months until his minstrel, wandering from town to town singing, found him by singing a somg in the streets and hearing Richard answer.
On our next stop we heard about a much more recent scandal, and the reason 80% of Austrian is not exported. Austria was once known for ice wine and dominated the international ice wine market ...