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... Los Angeles. Had my salad and then continue to walk. Found another place to take a siesta. Watched boats pass on the left and right. Saw a guy driving a garbage boat steering with his foot. And then saw some deaf people trying to use a go pro. No benches in Italy. None in parks or plazas or train stations. What's the deal? Waiting for my ...
... old buildings Vienna wasn't on my list to come and visit again, didn't leave an impression on me at all.
Tonight we stayed docked in Vienna and after another scrumptious dinner we settled in the lounge for a drink and music by Gabor :)
The Spanish Riding School in Vienna is the only institution in the world which has practiced for over 440 years and continues to cultivate classical equitation in the Renaissance tradition of ...
... that had grown a lot since all the pictures were taken. But when we went back the side street, it was appropriately awesome.
The next stop was an amusement park close to the old city that had a fairly famous ferris wheel, which was our destination. The ferris wheel had been in some James Bond movie, and I had seen it on the Amazing Race. Plus, it's on a lot of the souvenirs of Vienna (including the beer stein magnet I had already purchased). So we ...
... Back into Stephenplatz for Stephensdom, aka St Stephens Cathedral. Again, different, impressive. Mozart and Vivaldi both had their funerals here. Due to ongoing renovation work, there is currently a lift taking tourists to the top of the tower. Here you can see the mosaic roof tiles depicting the double headed eagle, symbol of the Habsburg dynasty. On the other side is the coat of arms of Vienna and ...
... took me over to the school (750 students and 53 staff) of which she is headmaster. Amazing woman. Big job. Couldn't resist taking a pic of her laying down the law from behind her desk (in reality she's sort of a softie!!)
In the afternoon Alex, Max and I went in to ...