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... landmark of Vienna.
We had lunch in a lovely Konditerei ....not quite a restaurant, serves both beautiful cakes, pastries with tea/coffee or more substantial meals. It was very crowded and you wait, usually only five minutes or so as people seem to eat and leave.
Here we had our first Vienna Schnitzel served traditional with parsley potatoes or potato salad. Ours was served with parsley potatoes, half a lemon wrapped in tuille and tied off with ...
... 12,000 per saddle. Now imagine that there are 72 horses who all need performance saddles….! Next, we moved to the summer practice ring, just across the road (I guess this explains why there are road signs with distinguished looking horses crossing the street on them), where there’s an automated horse walking machine. It’s one of the largest in Europe, though not nearly large enough for all 72 to have a go at once. Each horse goes between two ...
... hall, part of the Habsburgs Imperial winter palace. After a cocktail party surround by beautiful paintings, 12 pieces of music and song were performed, including some by a couple of boys from the famous Boys Choir. Aren't they cute?
This evening was billed as Dress Code Smart/Dressy but we were disappointed at how casually most of ...
Or A NIGHT AT THE OPERA as John suggested (he is a Marx brothers fan.)
A real mix of events in Vienna, Straubonn Castle on Sunday after a fairly disastrous attempt at the public transport system. Most significantly home to Marie Therese (mother of Marie Anttionette) .then late to Emporer Franz Joseph who was the ruler at the start of WW1. I had previously thought he had been an ineffectual, bumbling fool, but I couldn't be more wrong. He was a ...
... and the horses on the roof symbolize victory. The water fountain and statue in front of the Parliament Building was built in 1893 and features Goddess Athena. I enjoyed dinner and some reading outside the University of Vienna, and explored some parks.
On my way to the subway, I picked up some Mozart cake, and stopped by a stand of paintings that caught my eye. I fell in love with a couple paintings (matted and everything for a ...