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Michaelerplatz is one of Vienna's most famous squares, thanks to its proximity to the Hofburg, Vienna's Imperial Palace. Many tourists head straight for the palace, but there are some other noteworthy sights around the square as well.
The Hofburg Complex - Michael's Square was originally a medieval castle built in the 13th Century, but today only the castle chapel ('Burgkapelle') demonstrates its medieval past. The palace ...
We walked through the Hofburg courtyards to the State Opera House and surrounding buildings. We were able to see the famous Lipizzan horses being moved from their stalls to the Vienna Spanish Riding School for training.
In the evening, we walked around Vienna's old town area and had a lovely dinner at a local cafe.
... is expensive. The apartment had three bedrooms with nine single beds, we wondered what sort of business we could open - especially as it was situated above a brothel.
The subway is excellent though 13 euro for a 48 hour pass and trains every three minutes and boy did the population use it. We found a nice winebar that was owned by a family who also owned a vineyard so their wines featured. The bottle store part had ...
... I love the Eastern European food - lots of sauerkraut and sausages- yum!
Prague was gorgeous to look at, stunning buildings and the Old Town was buzzing. The jewish area, esp the old shule and the cemetery were fascinating. We also took a day tour to Terezin. Very emotional for us both.
We attended a best of Gershwin concert at the Spanish Synagogue- stunning setting and sublime music!
So now I'm in Paris - but I'll save that for the next ...
... What to do next? We wanted to explore but didn't want to get wet. The solution, the Hop-On Hop-Off Vienna Tour bus. The Vienna equivalent of the Red Bus Tour - you know the executive summary of a city in about an hour in ten languages. In Vienna, you can buy for €25 per person, a 24 hour pass that allows you to swap between four bus circuits (red, blue, green and yellow) and a boat ride. I'm not that interested in churches, cathedrals, monasteries, historic ...