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... me. Later that night I went to the orchestra and had a 3 course dinner. It was pretty awesome but it is something I don't think I would have to do again. I've been I've seen it was a cool experience but classical music is not really my thing. Then after the orchestra we went back to the hostel and played some pool and I actually won for a ...
... can you believe we felt as if we were familiar with Vienna !!!! Such a beautiful city. Wide walkways and roads beautiful buildings we found our way back to the Spanish riding school and I bought a ticket to return tomorrow to watch the horses training in the morning. We wanted to the Rathaus. I think we passed a walking funeral procession as we approached the Rathaus. Them the christmas markets in front of that beautiful building. Lovely Christmas ...
... then went and got an ice cream ( turning Austrian I fear!) It was a long, slow walk back to our hotel; whew, sightseeing is hard work but enjoyable. Showered, washed clothes & ate tea we picked up on the way back here. Today's theme: street posters. Lots of posters advertising events in Vienna, most I haven't a clue what they mean but a couple I ...
... over to the Hofburg Palace. This was the winter residence of the Hapsburgs who were the ruling family of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. These guys had ties to most of the royal families throughout Europe. Apparently they were a big deal. We walked around the edges of the massive palace complex for ages trying to work out how to get in. Every time we thought we were on the right track we were stopped by a whole heap of fully armed police officers and security guards. It turned out ...
... in the feast we ordered 3 x 3kg ones. Yum. The crackling was sensational and the accompanying salads and "senf und kren" were perfect. Now Kren is grated horseradish in its purest form and is to be used sparingly, as Slug experienced in Kitzbühel when he shoved a large quantity in his mouth. Anoek showed Slug the bar where it was like a production line getting everything out with Austrian efficiency. After lunch we decided we needed a walk to walk it off ...