Hotel Wiener Kindl
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... to the mind set. We managed to find a good apotheke and get some rest, particularly as I had developed a lung wracking cough, but that wasn't even going to get us down. Our first night was spent watching the Spanish horse riders perform, an impressive sight if you can get past the thought of how unnatural it is for the horses. We were in the standing section , and soon learnt that the other end of the hall was where most of the performance was, behind ...
... of the Hapsburg family who had a great influence in this country between the 1200's and 1918. Now through “unknown Austria”, traversed the quiet villages and forested mountains of Styria. We reached Vienna, once the heart of an empire which reached to every corner of Europe. There are 23 districts in Vienna and we're staying in the first district at Hilton Vienna Plaza. Bob and I went for a walk in the local area. There are no shops ...
Aussies now have a close affiliation with Denmark with thanks to Princess Mary, who picked herself up a handsome Prince in a Sydney pub back in 2000. We went to visit her but she was busy ruling the country. Aussies slowly taking over the world.
Our time was running short so we decided to head back to ...
... called schnaps. Genuine schnaps never has sugar added to it. Genuine schnaps, without artificial aroma substances, is called DISTILLATE, therefore 100% distillate has the best quality with 38-45% alcohol content. The name 'schnaps' means to take it, pick it, snap it. Our lovely and very informative museum guide ran through the different brandies and liquers and then let us loose to taste the range on ...
... as the whole of Monaco.
Off to dinner in the mountains . Absolutely gorgeous view from the hills. Typical Austrian food for dinner....... Cheese and meat, meat and cheese - I am missing the veggies !! And we were accompanied by musicians playing the accordion and violin, cheesy but good fun.
Slept in the next morning as we decided not to take up the optional tour to Bratislava in Slovakia. We had a late breakfast, tidied up ...