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... we had to come to Austria to try them for the first time. The meal was another really good one.
Then we commenced on a walking tour of the rest of Olbendorf. We were hard pressed to find a building that wasn't well-cared for or a property that wasn't crisp, clean, and devoid of clutter. There were old houses, new houses, big, small - all had a story...and Patrick knew it. We saw only two houses made of wood; ...
... make a vegan treat like cookies or muffins...then said she thought she could and would try. We were to meet at her house the next afternoon.
Back at Patrick's, the house was quiet. His parents and brother were at a birthday party. He opened a bottle of wine and we enjoyed it. That is, John and I did. Patrick prefers sweeter libations, but he persevered. John and I went to bed while Patrick seized the day and left to find some more lively ...
... famous Marie Antionette. The vault resembles a sculpture of a large bed, with figures of them both semi-reclined on top, facing each other. One of the most popular tombs is that of Empress Elizabeth (1837-1898), who married her cousin Franz Joseph, Emperor of Austria. They enjoyed each other's company, but Sisi did not get along with her mother-in-law, who was also her aunt. She was known throughout Europe for her beauty and ...
... garden. The guy came out and offered us coffee and water which we all accepted as we were desperate for our morning coffee. Turns out the place was a winery and yes at 10am we were in his tasting room tasting the local wine. We are all having a wonderful ...
Total mileage 138 It was a difficult night to sleep, it's hot, no AC and a wedding reception was being held next door and they celebrated with live music until 4am and just after the music stopped the bells started ringing at 5am to celebrate the bride ...