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... were trying to escape it! We were coming to the end of Stage 3 of our ride and had clocked up 1,143 kilometres having ridden from Switzerland to Germany then into Austria. Our ride guide suggested entering Vienna via a long narrowish island in the middle of the Danube, which we decided to do. What we didn't know was the island was hosting a massive music festival with about thirty sound stages, a couple of hundred police and bucket loads of ...
... Tim home for some alone time. We found yet more yummy items and enjoyed it despite the rain.
We went to Schonbrunn Palace, the Hapsburg Emperors summer home, on Monday. It's the palace Louis XIV was trying to out-do when he built Versailles outside of Paris. We had good weather and also found out about whipped cream on top of tomato soup, yumm.
Tuesday through Friday we went on the road, but that's the subject of the next ...
... and getting pretty fluent in those phrases since I have already used them a trillion of times. In case you need any help with English (only travelling-related topics, donīt forget), please “do not hesitate to contact me any time”.
…OK, back to the track of languages:
It is not only me who struggle with languages; some guests visit a foreign country without even a superficial knowledge of any other language ...
... sour cream and corn which was awkward to eat and hot but worth it. The boys wandered off in search for sausage and returned after finding it with a large
deep-fried garlic bread pancake also. Liz and I in the meanwhile found some dessert. Liz was healthier going for chocolate dipped banana where I got a marshmallow ice-cream cone dipped in chocolate. Was very creamy marshmallow but was bit huge at the end, leaving me sweetened out.
When we were ...
... I’ve packed thermals and long-johns as the cold is biting, so we wrap up like eskimos to venture out into the Austrian air, scarfs swathed around us, gloves clutched tight and big hats clamped firmly to our heads… but by God, it’s still fiercely chilly, at least ten degrees colder than the London we left, with a crisp blue sky and wintry sunshine adding to the seasonal feel.
What really sets it all off though is the Christmas market ...