An der Wien
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... the dodecahedron movement based on chords of 12 (!?) which are impossible to understand. Both kids received awards on their conducting skill (it was actually hard - if you were bad, the concertmaster stood up and yelled at you!). I was not brave enough to try. To finish the day out, Cristina took Lennon and Quinn to a rope obstacle course on the outskirts of town while Bill & I watched Roger Federer beat Andy Murray (yay!) and ate Weinerschnitzel and Sacher Torte ...
... a ‘warm’ section full of bromeliads and orchids … and a ‘cold’ section full of camellias and azaleas. It was lovely.
The Deserthaus was like stepping into Oman. All dry and catcusey but it had a tank of those ‘stick your feet in, let them eat your dead skin’ fish, which none of us had ever tried. Seeing as this wasn’t a massage parlour, you only got to ...
... had a helles (light beer) that had the biggest head on it I've ever seen.
We'd had a late lunch and so didn't really want to get a big meal to eat. So we just headed back to the hotel, and stoped by the sausage stand again at the U-Bahn station. We all had another hotdog mit Bratwurst and it was very good.
By the time we got back to the hotel I was so exhausted from our very fun day that I was asleep by 9:30 pm.
P.S. Daily Step Count = 16,966
Miles Walked = ...
... Leopold Museum and MuMOK, which as the modern art gallery. They are both in the Museum Quarter. This fooled us a bit as it didn't look much from the outside, just old wooden buildings. However they used to be the Royal stables and the complex is huge. A bit like the Victoria St market idea. This large space in the middle is now home to these two new museums. And we are staying about 2 minutes away. MuMOK is a gigantic black basalt cube which ...
... awful to me, and this one was no exception.
Afternoon snooze, and off to dinner at Finglmüller who has for over 100 years been serving the best and biggest Vienna schnitzels known to man. Have a look below. I rest my case.
Ron and Janette, of course, had a disgusting dessert while I just watched!
Bed time. Bye.