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... to many of the Christmas markets! The biggest, one of the most famous ones in the world was at the city hall! It was the most beautiful thing ever!! So much Christmas! The only thing missing was snow! On our walk back to our hostel we got to have snitzel!! So good! Favorite part of this trip is alllll the ...
... and Village. His original name is Friedrich Stowasser, but he changed it to "Friedensreich" meaning "rich in friends", "Hundertwasser" meaning "hundred waters" - reflecting his love of nature.
So we knew Hundertwasser had an association with New Zealand, but had no idea how deep this went. He made several visits to NZ, spending much time painting there, gained the New Zealand nationality and ...
... Not far on was the most spectacular of all, the Pestsaule, the Mercy Column Emperor Leopold 1 erected after the plague epidemic of 1767.
We just roamed about, gazing at so many beautiful buildings, fountains and statues. We walked to the Hofburg Palace, which is now the official residence of the President of Austria, then stopped at the nearby Palmenhaus for coffee and a slice of Sacher Tort. The cake ...
... doing that, and so retreated to entertain myself some other way. I came back to the square later that afternoon and found the little scene still playing itself out, so I sneakily grabbed another round of images before heading into town for the evening.
By night, I found Vienna to be largely unattractive. The imposing City Hall cuts its lights off at half past eight, just as the last remnants of blue leave the sky; disastrous for a photographer. The sun doesn't ...
At the moment we're on the train travelling between Prague and Vienna. We're two hours into a relaxing five hour trip. It's 3.48pm and the sun is just starting to disappear.
We arrived in Prague late Friday afternoon after a five hour train trip which was fairly uneventful. We shared a compartment with two German men whom with four other friends were having a boys weekend in Dresden. Their idea of a boys weekend was visiting one of the best Christmas Markets ...