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Hellbrunn. Recognise the pavilion? Umm. Maybe it looks more romantic by night. And yes, of course the swan was talking to the little boy. It's just a matter of…

A ‘designer outlet’ shopping complex in the middle of nowhere. It took about 45 minutes for Alex to drive there, and we left Vienna, crossed Lower Austria, and…

a.k.a. Eisenstadt, capital of Burgenland, one of Austria's 9 states. Total population: thirteen thousand. Oh, and don't forget its most famous son Joseph Haydn

Sometimes the best things are right beneath your nose… The story of the French embassy in Vienna goes thus: Around the time when the French were going to build…

Went for mass at Hofburgkapelle to hear the Vienna Boys' Choir. The chapel was squirrelled away in some unassuming corner of the Hofburg complex, so we had a…

Carnuntum was the biggest Roman settlement north of the Alps. It was a major trading centre with… Europe north of the Alps? Rather large civilian and military…

Visited Paul's home village Horitschon in Burgenland, which is rather well known (locally) for its production of red wine. Actually the entire region is known…

On our holiday to Croatië we passed a place Ossiach in Austria, where we stayed for one night. When we arrived it was dark, so we didn't see where we were… till…
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