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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 …
... from Klimt and Kokoshka.
We wended our way back through the gardens and onto the subway again, coming out at Stephansplatz, right in front of St Stephens cathedral. It is supposed to be the most visited attraction in Austria, and certainly the crowds were out in a sunny Saturday afternoon. As a cathedral it was not as impressive as we expected and it looks a little dirty. Inside seemed a jumble of styles, not helped by a modern installation ...
... of the city in a suburban street - truly wonderful and great to see another side of the city As the sun set over Vienna and gave us a gorgeous sunset we took in the city by night exploring the Old Town Square, Cathedral, Town Hall and had dinner at the Christmas markets. Vienna by night was hustle and bustle and lit up like a Christmas Tree. We soaked up the atmosphere and enjoyed fruit covered in chocolate, langos and gluevine. Vienna sure knows how to ...
... parliament. By this stage the sun had long gone down and it was all lit up, it looked magical. There were all these massive, amazing buildings everywhere. We didn't even know what half of them were but it didn't really matter, all that mattered was they were stunning. We saw the Rathus this building with a big tower. We continued to walk around and then decided to head back home for dinner as dinner would be too exy in town. We went back to Gecko again! The owner was ...
... of the church was also supposed to be very tall, but it was only partially completed by the time WWI started. And money shifted to war-time activities. So they never completed it.
- Haas & Haas tea shop: supposedly one of the best tea shops in Europe. We meant to come back later for afternoon tea but never did. We did go to the tea shop and I found a teapot I had to buy.
- St-Ignaz-Seipel-P latz: a ...