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Ideally followed by a romantic dinner. Most male other-halves need years of training to meet their wives' or partners' expectations C is for conservative. One French reader, Valerie, told us Austrian men don't know the first thing about seduction, and she misses flirtation and men making eye contact with her on the street.
So the onus might be on you to make the first move. D is for dinner. E is for early. F is for flesh. Winters are cold in Austria, and women tend not to reveal too much flesh on a date. Think sexy but mysterious, and a little conservative. G is for gentleman. Once you have met an Austrian man, they tend to be chivalrous - taking your coat for you, and opening doors and so on.
But take your purse, just in case. H is for hard to get. I is for intimacy. Some of our readers tell us that despite that initial shyness Austrians are more willing than some more conservative cultures to move on from the kissing and the cuddling and into the bedroom.
J is for jewellery. And Austria has some great jewellery stores. K is for Konditerei. Austrians are famed for their sweet tooth and fabulous cakes and pastries. L is for literature. Many Austrians tend to be rather cultured. Read up on some of the Austrian literary greats to impress your date. M is for macho. N is for nudity. And spa culture is big here. So why not get naked, hot, and steamy with a bunch of strangers in an Austrian sauna.
O is for the Orient Hotel. P is for Pampering. Take yourself and your love off to a thermal bath and treat yourself to a facial or massage. You deserve it, and Austria does spas really well. Q is for quatschen. Learn the fine art of how to chatter in German, and you may end up charming the pants off your Austrian date with your adorable foreign accent.