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I probably ought to split this blog post into 2 because I have now been a tour manager for 2 trips to Vienna, 1 a cruise, the other a rail city break.
For the cruise our ship - MS Serenity was docked at Nussdorf. We then proceeded to take passengers on 2 potential excursions in Vienna. Firstly we had a city tour - part …
... door. The schnitzel was massive, but I was determined to eat all which I did! It was truly delicious, very light, with a puffy crumb, they apparently make their own bread and then of course crumbs from there. Anyway at only 13€ for one it was a bargain. We go to the other extreme tomorrow with our michelin star birthday treat from the boys for lunch! Looking forward very much to the ...
... works – to the magnificent Jesuit church which is in the grounds of her university and to an Orthodox church the interior of which is so very different from many of the churches we had visited, but no less beautiful. All the while as we walked she was pointing out places of interest – which musician lived here, another there. Vienna is so full of music history. We ended up having lunch at the restaurant favoured by many of the staff ...
... much time and there was alot of walking to do. We got the breakfast at the hostel, all you can eat buffet of breaky stuff, nothing like a hotel but good enough and cost effective since we were a bit over budget at this stage.
We didn't really have time to go into any of the museums and buildings but we thought it would still be good to go and see them from the outside. We were a little over tired and a bit crazy after a few good nights out so ...
Our first stop was Salzburg, where the hills were alive in the pouring rain! The home of the Von Trapp family that inspired the Sound of Music. We set up camp and had time to make a quick soup before we took shelter in our tent for the evening. Waking up to the cow bells as they moved around the field, the term "the hills are alive" soon made sense and we followed the sounds all the way up 1000 meters above Werfen where Eisriesenwelt, the world's largest ...