Ramada Vienna South
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Hofburg Palace and the city centre would be merged with the middle class of Vienna. To do this the ancient city walls had to go and after demolition and more than 50 years of construction this 5.3km long street was built. It is a street with many imperial buildings such as the Neueburg, Kunsthistorishes Museum, Natural History Museum, Vienna State Opera House, the university and city hall. We were not able to see all of the ...
... and more schnapps and liqueurs. The Wachau Valley is known more for the production of dry white wines. Lunch as a BBQ which consisted of Austrian sausages and salads with an apricot cake for dessert. We then rode on to the other winery which overlooked the Danube river and some other lovely vineyards. Next we got on a car ferry and made our way across the river to cycle back on the other side. We stopped off at a swimming spot too but the weather just ...
... and jump onto the bike path below. Twas the right decision as we located the bike path to Krems.
The path was in good condition so we made good time. That was under the heavens opened. A quick change of gear for both of us and we were back on track with the mission of - Lets get to Krems. The river has mountain ranges on both sides. The area is regarded as one of the best wine producing spots in Austria. There are grape vines every where - on the ...
... too when it came to cakes and ice-cream. She was human after all!
We tried 2 of Sissi's favourite Austrian dishes for lunch at the stunning Gloriette Cafe in the palace. One was a pancake soup, called the Frittatensuppe, which was clear broth with shredded pancakes. It was light and flavoursome. For dessert, we tried another pancake dish called Kaiserschmarren mit Zwetschkenröster which was diced pancake with stewed plum sauce. The ...
... and small parks. We headed towards two small towns known for their many independent wineries, but neither of us were really in the mood for a glass of wine. We got chocolate milk at a cafe and then headed back into the city to Prater. Prater is an amusement park with many rides and attractions including a really old Ferris wheel. What I like about this park is that unlike Wonderland back home, entry is free ...