Vienna, Day 4

Today we took the train from Vienna to Salzburg. Tomorrow we will take a bus tour to the Bavarian Alps. And on Friday we will tour the Salzburg Museum and Mozart’s birthplace. I don’t know what Austria would do without Mozart. Wherever we go it’s Mozart this and Mozart that. He’s the Elvis of Austria.

In Vienna we stayed at a hotel that wasn’t so  nice because it was across the street from the opera. This one in Salzburg is much nicer.

They’re nuts about cows. Here’s one of the four in the courtyard.

Right around the corner is the…

Kommunistische Parti headquarters. Looks like a fun joint.

At lunch we sat next to this guy and seine hund. His date came by and the dog bit her. I asked him ala Cousteau “Does your dog bite?”

They love their sausage in Salzburg. they’re especially fond of  sucuk.


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9 Responses to Vienna, Day 4

  1. Mark says:

    Clouseau, Cousteau; whatever, right?

  2. John Lucas says:

    Clouseau – I thought you said your dog doesn’t bite!!!

    Innkeeper – That’s not my dog! LOL

    Now I know why your strip always make me laugh – we are fans of the same comedy!

    Glad to know your new hotel rheum / zimmer is better than the last one. Good travel tip. Hope you are enjoying you trip – the blogs are great. Thanks.

    • budgra5_wp says:

      Frau Grace can watch those Clouseau movies over and over and still laugh like a fool. My favorite scene was from the same movie, I think it was ‘revenge’. When the nut case shot Inspectir Dreyfus in the head with the suction tip arrow. I’m laughing as I write this.

  3. Chris M says:

    Can I say the best candy ever? Mozart Balls, or Mozartkugel. Get ’em from the maker Furst at Brodgasse 13.

  4. Chris M says:

    And more stuff in the neighborhood is well worth your visit: the salt works between Berchtesgarten and Salzburg. The Hallein is a trip you will never forget.

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