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... gluwein to Christmas decorations, sausages to soap. Feeling very cold late one afternoon as we returned from our sightseeing, we stopped to sample the gluwein. It certainly warms you through!
Vienna must be the classical music capital of the world and there is music being performed at a wide range of venues. We enjoyed two wonderful recitals. Firstly, at the Staatsoper (State Opera) we heard soprano Diana Damrau accompanied by ...
... is an urban planner's brilliant idea, there's a parking garage below it, there are wooded park sections on two sides and the Rathaus and the Ringstrasse on the other two. Vienna takes great advantage of this large, open space. There are activities going on there much of the year. The erecting and dismantling of stages, screens, podiums, tents, food and shop stands keeps many workers employed throughout the year.
We are now enjoying the International ...
... most fantastic gardens. It is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Vienna, so there were lots of people, but they were all whizzing around in their groups, so didn't bother us.
We caught the metro back, and had a late afternoon sleep. We catch the train to Basel tomorrow morning. We change trains at Zurich, and hopefully we can store our big bags there until we come back through on Thursday to fly out to Hong Kong. ...
After continuing the drive on from Dachau, by the time we got into Vienna it was starting to get a bit late. On the way in we stopped off at the Hofburg's summer palace which was pretty and very spectacular at night, we didn't go in as there were people EVERYWHERE and would of taken a couple of hours to get us all through. After this we headed to Eventhotel Pyramide which was a refreshing change from the smaller ...
Well, we're here, despite all the craziness and stress getting out of the house. And yes, even on the way to the airport, a little part of me said "wait, no, this is crazy."
But, now that we're here, and all I have to deal with is what is here in front of me, it's so much easier to deal with. Being the one with the new job, Tim, of course, has had a bit more stress; meeting new people whose names he has to remember, the mechanics of new computer ...