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... involved, it wasn't quite as fast paced as we expected. Bev really enjoyed it though and that's the main thing. The venue is amazing too - even had chandeliers hanging from the ceiling. It's just a shame you can't take photos in there. Definitely wouldn't want a flash going off just as a horse is executing a tricky manoeuvre though!
Feeling quite tired so back to Cafe Central for a pick-me-up dessert then home to the apartment for another well earned ...
... to go through and no one stationed at customs, we were out. After the battle of trying to find an ATM for about 10mins, we had some Johnny Cash and then jumped straight into a taxi. A short 20-25min taxi ride and we were at our hotel. While driving to the hotel, I noticed that a lot of Vienna is cover in vandalism or a lot of street art, it's hard to tell which is which. We check in to the hotel as our room is ready, we go to the room and it hasn't been clean. We go ...
... option. I love the Viennese potato salad.
Thin, made on the premises, pizza crusts baked in their brick ovens are the standard here. Many, many options for toppings but nothing we call "pepperoni". Not nearly so much cheese. A knife and fork are often necessary to eat them.
And speaking of "cheese", there is virtually no cheddar cheese in Austria. Lots and lots of other really good cheese, but not that.
We have at least four really, ...
... such as 'Look'. We also found another palace, the Belvedere, housing a modern art exhibition, and a theatre which stages broadway productions in German. The latter, called the Ronacher theatre, has been around since the late 1800's. It was originally created to provide an alternative in entertainment to what was being offered to the Hapsburgs and the elite in the city, i.e. entertainment free of social and political censorship. That's it for ...
... film festival. The movie is shown three times weekly (in English), because it features Vienna in it's post WWII condition, with lots of rubble and devastation. At that time Vienna was divided into four international sectors, just as Berlin was. We've been in Vienna for two weeks now, so we enjoyed the fact that we could recognize many of the locations - Cafe Mozart, Hotel Sacher, Central Cemetary, etc.
Lots of variety in our day ...