Taking a Musical Whiz

Raschala is an Austrian town with a population of 348, whose main claim to fame is that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart once stopped there to pee by the side of the road. They are now organizing a music and drinking festival to celebrate the momentous event.

They even had a plaque put on the stone where the composer is said to have relieved himself. So many visitors have turned up to visit the Mozart Pinkelstein (Mozart pee stone) that the local board of tourism has figured out how to bring some revenues into the town while, at the same time, celebrating Mozart's alleged visit...

"It is well known that Mozart made his brief stopover here and left his mark which has now been permanently marked with our memorial. Local people always remarked on the fact that there was so little to do here even Mozart only stopped long enough to take a pee before carrying on with his journey to Prague. As far as we can tell he drove through our town in 1787 and asked the horse-carriage driver to stop so he could take a leak. But we ask visitors not to relieve themselves on our monument - we would like to show a little bit more respect for the great man." (Professor Helmut Leierer)
Oddly, the professor sang a different song to the Kurier:
"I was sitting with some friends at a tavern one night in 1976. We were quite drunk already and started to philosophise about who might have passed Raschala in the past centuries. I claimed Mozart drove through our town on his way to Prague in 1787 and asked the horse-carriage driver to stop to take a leak," he added laughing.
No wonder I like Austria. All we have is "George Washington slept here".