BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Das Tigra
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... them, they do reciprocate if you smile at their dogs. Or their babies. Many, many dogs in this city. It was a big waste problem but the city took action several years ago by installing "poop bag" dispensers and implementing fines for not cleaning up. We are big fans of the poop bags, every jacket we own seems to have a spare one stashed in a pocket.
My Deutsch still has a long way to go, sentences still confound me because they arrange the words in a different order ...
... tickets. We stayed for an hour (our feet were tired!), but it was beautiful and the English subtitles on personal mini screens were VERY helpful. That night we ate the best schnitzel in town and had a piece of Sacher Torte cake, yum.
The next day we visited Schonbrunn Palace, also known as the Winter Palace. It was huge and beautiful and I still can't believe people lived there. We took the tram to Belvedere Palace as well, which was just as lovely. We had goulash ...
After my meditation, I tried communicating with these deaf women who were sitting next to me, but they couldn't understand me because they were from Slovenia and knew a different kind of sign language. After that I got another standing bow pic and then it started to rain so I headed back to the train station. I got off at wine mitte and had some lunch at a local bistro and then decided to walk to the hunderwassenhaus apartment homes. They were ...
... listened to the music and it was magical. The lighting, the setting, the beautiful church and the music was wonderful. Eventually we figured out that this concert is part of 'Lange Nacht Die Kirchen'. For tonight, a variety of churches in Vienna offer free concerts.
Then over a last drink on the hotel patio, we said goodbye. Val and Dan fly home tomorrow, leaving Christine and Brian to continue to explore Vienna on their ...
... Hofburg and encountered hundreds of couples lazing about drinking wine and eating pastries in the warm sun. It should have been a marvellous sight, but instead it irritated me. I envied them, and for a brief moment hated the idea of continuing to travel on my own. I sat down on a bench for half an hour and watched more young couples and families walk by, and they all seemed to laugh and flirt and be happy and merry deliberately at the point where I was sitting. It was awful. ...