Austria Trend Hotel Bosei Wien
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... to those just before he died at such an early age. His posters really were what made him famous and the exhibition had many of them.
We did have a few great meals, again not too far from out hotel. A man told us there are 186 old Cafes in Vienna. When he said old he meant beautiful buildings housing some of the best coffee, teas and treats and they have been doing this for a hundred or so years. ...
... in 1781. The quartet played two selections by Mozart, one by Dvorak and one by Haydn. The room was only big enough for the musicians and an audience of about 40. It was really lovely.
Afterwards, we found a Viennese restaurant that the concierge at the hotel had recommended. The place itself was charming and the food was great.
... and Joanna even patted one.
Joanna and I have booked a Mozart concert dinner in Salzburg, thanks to my Grandma, so I bought a nice dress to wear that night. We then went to an awesome traditional Vienesse restaurant called Zwölf-Apostelkeller. It was in a Gothic-Romanesque cellar from the 13th century, and we ordered the veal schnitzels, of course! It was very delicious. We chatted down there in the nice atmosphere for quite a ...
... had rights of their own and set up what he called "tree tenets" in the museum. This tree tenets have their own large boxs set into the building where the tree can grow freely. It was a really amazing idea and I loved learning about how he viewed the world.
I bought a dirndl today. A dirndl is the traditional Austrian and German dresses that women have been wearing for hundreds of years. Today people still wear them in the countryside, but ...
... the end of a wide boulevard that is lined with high end shops. The King was actually only a Duke and ruler of the region, with the title of king being granted posthumously by a subsequent king. Wenceslas was assassinated by his own brother Bolesav the Cruel in 935, and the Pope later made Wenceslas a Saint. The old town is a maze of narrow cobbled streets, and we would come across a "new" street every time we went out. The ...