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Arriving in Vienna was a bit of a culture shock. After the quaint and picturesque villages we have stopped in, Vienna is a very bug and bustling city. We had a walking tour through the city seeing the inner city sites such as St Stephens Cathedral and the Opera House. We had the afternoon to do our own thing so we visited the Fine Arts museum where we saw some of Rembrandt's and Rubin's work. ...
... little hope of removing it without also damaging the park.
We saw a similar tower in a different neighbourhood yesterday. This smaller flak tower was eventually converted to a public aquarium! We didn't go inside but it has several stories of aquatic life, and also a garden area with birds and monkeys. You can see the garden area in the attached picture - and also the climbing wall on the outside. Hard to imagine an aquarium in a building like ...
... Unfortunately the weather wasn't very nice for most of the day today, but you can't have it all.
I continued into the city center and went around the left side of the ring road and the center. There are so many beautiful buildings and monuments to see here, it really surprised me. It seemed like every corner I turned, there was another amazing building right in front of me. I grabbed something to eat and tried to dodge the rain for most of the ...
- Its Wien not Vienna.
- Its Hrvatska not Croatia.
- Kravat tie invented in Hrvatska but word comes from the French translation of Croat which is the English translation of Hrvatska, sounds like a lot of ************* to me.
- Lunch - chicken kebab and drink for 4.8 ...
... places to see and do scattered about Vienna, despite how much of the city was destroyed in WWII bombing. To my mind one of the more interesting attractions was a hidden chapel underneath the Imposing St Stephen's cathedral. Hundreds of tourists flocked the plaza above it, gawping at the scaffold-ridden spires, whilst below in the metro station was a perspex shield through which one could see the former chapel's remains, recently excavated and only just gearing up for ...