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The rush hour is well underway. Hundreds jostle and nudge their way down the Karntner Strasse, past the Vienna State Opera House, towards the Karlsplatz station and waiting trams. Hats, gloves and duvet coats are everywhere. Coat collars raised against the evening chill. Overhead the night sky glitters with a thousand stars. Not those of the solar …
... some time in the city, getting very comfortable with the transport system. Got picked up by our friends and taken to an eclectic restaurant which is very famous, so famous I cannot remember it's name, but it did have pictures of numerous actors, singers etc who went there. Anyway food and service were spectacular. Went into town and saw the Time Travel show which gives you a history of Vienna and the Hapsburg Empire. There are numerous ...
... tickets for 25 euros.
We had decided to do the Rick Steve's Walking Tour of Vienna. It started at the Opera House and then went across the street to the Cafe Sacher where they serve the famous Sacher Torte, a chocolate cake. We decided to go back there later in the day. Our next stop was Albertinaplatz where we saw the tip of the Hofburg Palace where Maria Christina the daughter of Maria Theresa lived. It now houses the Albertina ...
... but not quite, as round the corner came three petrol driven karts being driven on the road. Obviously a tourist attraction, but still unbelievable. I hope their travel insurance covered them. Having got over the amusement the karts caused, and gleaned from the Tourist Centre, that the
best way to see the tourist sites in a quick an orderly manner was to take the Hop on, Hop Off bus we set off ...
... thin and ready for the egg and flour coating. The coating is crowned with very special “imperial” breadcrumbs from Austrian emperor rolls, which are baked especially for the restaurant. and make the schnitzel crispy. To fry the schnitzel the chefs need no less than 3 pans of cooking oil apparently the schnitzel needs just an estimated 30 seconds until it turns a yellowy golden colour and lands on the plate at a rate of knots and I would imagine in the 100s every ...