Adagio Vienna City
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Riding on a Sunday you're more likely to be hit by another bicycle than a car. There are thousands of folks out on bikes making the most of their day off. Austrians take Sundays very seriously (as do, in our experience, Germans and Swiss). Nothing is open, Sundays are sacrosanct. In the country towns you'll often find an entire village having lunch together by a river, a church or in the village square. If they're not having lunch together ...
... horses who are probably the most well-cared for anywhere. Some highlights: the "youngsters" who were the stallions under ten who will be the future stars but were still getting used to performing for an audience, the quadrille with eight horses performing dressage in formation and noticing that one of the riders was female (yay, finally!). The "Airs Above the Ground" are the movements for which they are the most famous. They took turns performing ...
... name but also their preferences, cultural backgrounds… I wouldn´t be surprised if I was supposed to sing their favourite lullaby in the evening. How the hell can I know that, considering the Check-In is the first time I see them?
2) As if it wasn´t enough that I struggle with languages…
§ Not only German, it seems I can express myself in English just and only when concentrating on tourism sentences such as:
Yesterday we saw Spanish riding horses (Lipizzaner horses) they were very cool. We went on a guided tour and saw them train it was so cool. I liked a lot! We had dinner at some random restaurant, sorry I don't have a picture of my dinner tonight but I will tell you what it was. It was a Wiener schnitzel ...
... br> A final word about washrooms here in eastern Europe. Everywhere you must pay, from coin operated, to attendants who do not hesitate to yell at you if you do not pay, peeing in Europe is a challenge. Even at the McDonald's there is no free ride! You buy something in order to get a receipt that will have a code that you must push in to access the loo. Spare change in the local currency is a must when in this part of the country.