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- Pets allowed
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... on the list - if you love cheese and antipasti this is heaven. Stalls line the streets selling fresh produce from oysters, salami and delicious cheeses. The food porn was too much to bear, we caved and headed into a cute little cafe to have an authentic pork schnitzel, salad and chips. It was a delicious and the perfect way to re-fuel for the rest of our adventure - Museum Quarter and Opera House - this area knocked the wind out of me. I was not ...
... was already lunchtime, which we enjoyed in an open air Italian café (they have a lot of these in Vienna!) Finally it was early afternoon by the time we got back to the program at hand.
Our next stop was the Albertina Museum. This museum is at the very end of the Hofburg complex, but you’d never know it just by looking at it, as it seems to be a stand-alone entity. This was recommended to me by Felix as opposed to the other bigger museums in the ...
... Sisi has become this huge commodity in Vienna, with products galore named after her. Just weird.
Anyway, we found the museum visit far more interested. We first visited the armory museum (absolutely awesome display of knight's armor and weaponry, the museum of musical instruments (room after room filled with instruments used during the Hapsburg era) and the Ephesus museum ( a couple small rooms filled with relics taken from Ephesus in Turkey – they ...
... the amenity was priceless, especially when he started to venture into the ladies. Today we seemed to have more time to take in minor details around Vienna, such as the fact that BMWs
are a dime a dozen here compared to back home in Australia. Our quiet stroll towards the Tourist Information Office, was rudely interrupted with an almighty sound similar to that of a Formula I car heading up the ...
... Vienna is the home of classical music. It was in the palace where Mozart himself played! The orchestra played lots of well known pieces and there were ballet dancers and opera singers as well. The ballet dancers performed the pas de deux from Coppelia which is my favourite ballet ever so I was super happy. This was one of the best things ...