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... So I left the family to finish exploring whilst I went in and observed some art. When I returned we went back at the hotel to pack up and for me to finish writing my cards that mum was taking home.
Whilst in Vienna, we of course made a bar a local haunt for ourselves. We had been frequenting the bar down from our hotel called Café-Restaurant Vienna. There was a young lady that called, Elief, who served us most nights and we got to know her very well. We went in there for ...
... psuedonym. But finally I got to spend time in what turned out to be another beautiful city with a wealth of interesting history, relatively newer than Salzburg, more stately than quaint, and a lovely backdrop to my two days with my old friend Henrietta, from my Colombian era. The plan was for me slip out from my standing rail before the end to meet her when she alerted me she was enroute from the airport, but there was no way that was ...
... This was of course harder for men wearing trousers so they would "hire" women wearing such dresses and climb in, do there business, pay her and leave! We now call them "toilet dresses"!
If you have any spare time, it is worth reading about Maria Theresa and these times.
We missed the Vienna Boys Choir as they were on tour returning to Vienna the weekend we leave. We did however go to the Mozart and Strauss Concert which was truly enjoyable. It is small ...
... br> In the Upper Palace, both Paul and I were taken with many of the painters featured, Ferdinand Waldmuller in particular. Works by Monet, Renoir, Van Gough were on display, as were sculptures by Rodin and Degas (using Carrara marble, of course).....a very distinguished collection. Gustave Klimt, whilst known as a prominent symbolist painter, in his earlier years worked as a portrait painter. His "The Kiss", ...
We left early Thursday morning to take a train to Vienna, Austria. The train ride was about 7 hours so we only had the afternoon the see Vienna before heading to our base hotel in Salzburg. We spent the afternoon touring Schonbrunn Palace. The summer palace had 1,441 rooms (only 40 open to the public) and 500 acres of palace grounds. We had a lot to cover in 6 hours. (See the pictures for impressive views.) We could have easily skipped the palace tour and spent ...