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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... wall before 1860 when Emperor Franz Josef ordered it torn down and replaced with the broad boulevard that stands today. Adjacent to the Danube River, it is lined with parks and some of Vienna's most important buildings; City Hall, Parliament, the Stock Exchange, the city's ritziest restaurants, museums, universities and the famous Vienna Opera House. We hopped off the tram at the Kunsthistorisches Museum. This exciting ...
... of them. After wandering through the amusement park area and deciding not to go on any rides, we ended up back in a beer hall, watching everyone party and we enjoyed the live music with a pretzel. This may not be as crazy as Oktoberfest can get in Germany, but it was definitely a fun experience and we were happy to accidentally find this today.
Back at the apartment, we enjoyed another delicious and ...
... some lunch. The plan is to stop off somewhere on the way to our nights accommodation which is about three hours drive away near the Slovenian border. The journey down was on a fantastic highway, four lanes through the mountains for about 100 kms. Two dozen tunnels at least towards the end traffic was very light. I just wondered what the justification for all this expense was. We must be getting closer to Italy because ...
... 30 female can wear are skirts. Long, short, tailored, arty, sheer, denim, dirndl, slim or full, they're all fair game. And this isn't Italy, they can come in colors other than black. Men are pretty much stuck with long slacks.
The parks are very popular hang-outs. Lots of shady areas to sit. The Viennese love to be outside. Unlike many American cities, the air quality seems to be pretty good. The humidity, or lack thereof, probably helps that. Vienna has a great ...
... bird sounds. Next we boarded our riverboat for the cruise along the Danube from Melk to Krems. Beautiful countryside, ancient castles, lovely churches and towns - it was an absolutely wonderful trip! Just one of the highlights was the beautiful little town of Durnstein, with it's striking blue church steeple and the ruins of the castle in which King Ric*************hearted of England was imprisoned for a year. Apparently he had managed to offend Duke Leopold V of Austria during ...