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The forecast said rain by midday so we headed out to Belvedere Palace hoping to make the most of the morning. Belvedere is one of the worlds finest baroque palaces, consisting of the upper palace and the lower palace. The Upper Belvedere houses a collection of Austrian Art from the Middle Ages to the present day. The most important pieces are from Gustav Klimt's collection, the ...
... to the Spanish Riding School. Continued walking past Rathaus Town Hall and Votive church (more like a Cathedral). Being Good Friday lite a candle for mum. A must see for me was Freud's museum in Berggasse. This is the home where Freud lived for four decades before he had to flee Vienna to London in approx 1938/39 when the Nazi's invaded VIenna. Very interesting and I think Di and Mal even enjoyed it. ...
... the apartment. It was supposed to have been removed by now, but it just might become ours. It also makes a great rack to dry clothes on. As do the radiators. They're great for socks. It sort of defeats the purpose to be able to correctly say "Ich spreche nicht Deutsch," (I don't speak German). But, it's about all I can manage. Maybe I'll have to change it to "Ich spreche klein Deutsch." Our class has been in der, die, das, ein, eine, ...
... needn't bother to have traffic lights, lines marked on the roads, road rules or speed limits, because Palermo drivers ignore them all, but somehow, God knows how, they manage to avoid collisions. What at first appears to be sheer chaos, is nothing of the sort. The drivers of Palermo know what they are doing and they do it with confidence. Today, Jack was one of these drivers too! He had decided if you cant beat 'em, join 'em. So he pushed in, ...
Guess what I got? Three photos, three guesses. Yep, I bought a hat. Having nearly purchased one almost 30 years ago and regretted not doing so both of us were determined to find and purchase one of these distinctive tourist trinkets. We found some and one I liked in a tourist market but were a little unsure how much they were prepared to bargain on price. We did have the opportunity yesterday to go to a more local market because we didn't join the organised tour ...