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... for a show tomorrow night (half opera, half ballet).
My first impressions of the city are that I am not quite comfortable there. It seems very "posh" and it makes me feel like people are expected to walk and look a certain way in Vienna. We're not interested in the shopping and didn't really feel like sitting at a cafe "people watching". On top of that, even with a map, we found walking the city to be a bit confusing. We have a couple days left ...
Hi team! I got Mrs Andrews' message. Apparently some of you thought I had dropped off the face of the Earth! It certainly feels like I have sometimes because I'm travelling on my own and sometimes nobody knows where you are. I try to send short emails to my parents when I get wifi so they don't worry about me. It just goes to show that parents still worry about you even when you're well and truly an adult! Your parents have got many worries ahead of them! I've ...
Wonderful day today. Glorious weather.
We started off at the Naschmarkt. Quite a long set of market stalls and small shops along what looks like a medium strip on a city load. Lots of fruit and veg, fish, meat and deli shops along with snack foods, tiny bars, craft and souvenirs. Some segregation but not very much. Really good quality fruit and veg. The stalls looked as if they were supplying local food shoppers but most of the buyers ...
... to our overall enjoyment of the city.
One of the reasons we chose to visit Vienna was so that Mandy could fulfil a long-held ambition to see the paintings of Gustav Klimt many of whose most famous works are displayed in his home city. Klimt has paintings in several of the city’s galleries but the Belvedere holds his most iconic work, The Kiss, plus several other famous works. Unfortunately not all of these were on display when we visited with two ...
... for somebody in particular. We shrugged our shoulders and kept our heads down, and never found out what exactly was going on.
Several hours of bucolic, snowy Hungarian countryside later, we pulled into the Viennese Westbahnhof. It didn’t take us long to find our hostel, and formulate an action plan: it was lunch time. To be more precise, it was cake time. I suggested the Hotel Sacher, and we set off, reaching the café some 40 minutes later due to the ...