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... other than Dominic Diaz on the trombone. The music and performance were great. Following the concert, we headed out for some truly, authentic Viennese cuisine. From the venison, to the schnitzel to the side of shoulder, the food and company were excellent. After saying our goodbyes, we headed back to the hotel. ...
... in for some Austrian beer and some delicious turkey schnitzel. Schnitzel is truly an amazing food... mixed with fries, it is a heart attack on a plate.
One crazy thing about Austria is that you can still smoke in bars and restaurants.. and they all do. Disgusting habit- they need to join the rest of the world and ban that ****.
The Hoher Markt is Vienna's oldest square and was once a Roman outpost. Centuries later tourists stand where centurions once stood waiting for the noon chimes. Above the square sits the Ankeruhr an art nouveau clock.
Over a twelve hour period figures parade across the time piece. From Marcus Aurelius (the Roman Emperor who died in Vienna ...
... off to the orchestra, and I was more than content to have some alone time and hit up the natural history museum - I have probably had one in every city I've visited, but when the tour leader mentioned it today being complete with dinosaur skeletons and one of the largest skull collections in europe I knew I had to be there. And let me just say - it was amazing and fulfilled my happiness in so many ways! 1. It was in the most beautiful building, directly across from ...
... Leopold Museum and MuMOK, which as the modern art gallery. They are both in the Museum Quarter. This fooled us a bit as it didn't look much from the outside, just old wooden buildings. However they used to be the Royal stables and the complex is huge. A bit like the Victoria St market idea. This large space in the middle is now home to these two new museums. And we are staying about 2 minutes away. MuMOK is a gigantic black basalt cube which ...