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... of the city in a suburban street - truly wonderful and great to see another side of the city As the sun set over Vienna and gave us a gorgeous sunset we took in the city by night exploring the Old Town Square, Cathedral, Town Hall and had dinner at the Christmas markets. Vienna by night was hustle and bustle and lit up like a Christmas Tree. We soaked up the atmosphere and enjoyed fruit covered in chocolate, langos and gluevine. Vienna sure knows how to ...
... when it turned out they were reproductions of the actual pieces, which had been there when the palace functioned as a royal residence. Still it was great to see, but the temporary exhibitions they had there at the time for me simply blew this away. Currently they had a large retrospective on Spanish painter Joan Miro, and on the next floor an exhibition called Monet to Picasso, covering 50 years of art from the 1870s through the 1920s. Here I found masterpieces by ...
... It had started to sprinkle. We decided it was time to eat so Erin tried to find Reinthaler Beisl which serves traditional Austrian food. It took some looking but we found it just off the Graben. There were not tables for four people so a nice couple who were finished gave us their table. Larry, Derek and Erin had a local beer. Derek got weiner schnitzel, Erin got goulash, Larry got fried liver and onions and I got pork with a dumpling and ...
... occasionally in places see the Danube shimmering blue! Once again with the weather behaving itself with a warm sunny day predicted,
everyone dressed accordingly. Walking down the gangway of the ship all that could be seen was a line up of coaches along the narrow road way which is a dead end, beside which several cruise ships were moored. With apparently the number of cruise ships set to double in the ...
... and cases and were off on a walking tour of the city. It's raining but the tour must go on...... So off we head with our raincoats and brollies! And it's cold...... Welcome to Austria!! We were shown all the major areas of interest which included St Stephens Church, more palaces, concert halls (there are a few of them) the Spanish riding school, more churches (including where the Vienna boys choir sing on Sundays), the Jewish quarter, shops etc, ...