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... off half way though taking your order and the cherry on top, a cup of tea with a tea bag that had no leaves in it. Naturally we had all been making silly comments during all this (where is Basil, is Manuel about to appear??) and Bev just lost it at this point and dissolved into the hugest giggle fit I've ever seen her have. Made a fiasco into a funny memory.
So tired by now and still had to pack for my train trip to Venice in the morning so off home to the ...
Although I calculated to be a week in Vienna, time really flies, and I have the feeling that although I did and see different sights everyday, I must have lost time somewhere inbetween.
As a lot of the museums in Vienna are around the same area I start with the chamber of treasury. There is beautiful and fine jewelry.
I move on to see the porcellain collection of the former emperors before visiting the emperors rooms. ...
... and I organised our one full day in Vienna around walking to the Hundertwasserhaus. It was a little over an hours walk from our place, on the other side of the city. The apartment complex was built by Hundertwasser, who's main philosophy was to engage the individual's creativity and not suppress it. He believed that straight lines are the devil's work, and should be avoided unless they are structurally necessary, like in the lines from wall to floor. Straight lines don't ...
... stop over
in Bangkok but particularly in light of the current troubles in
Thailand , I think we will just stay in the airport, perhaps read a
few papers. Thats about it I am afraid. I have always researched
my destinations by reading other travelers blogs and have gained so
much enjoyment and information of real value that I hope this may
give a little back.
... called Beethovenhaus where we enjoyed dinner after our long hike. This was in the home where Beethoven lived in 1817 while writing his Ninth Symphony. Beethoven's doctor had suggested that he live near the spa in Heiligenstadt as it might help repair his increasing deafness. When it didn't help, Beethoven became increasingly depressed and was contemplating suicide. Fortunately for the music world, he recovered and went on to live and compose for another twenty-five ...