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Wonderful blue sunny skies in Vienna today & very cold - it's the coldest day so far. We did a tour of the city by both coach & walking it is a wonderful city again so steeped in history. First stop the Kunst Historisches Museum(fine art ) it was stunning but didn't have enough time so we might go back tomorrow afternoon it is located in Empress Maria-Theresa Plaza!! We also visited quickly the Hofburg palace - the Spanish Riding Horses ...
... a few have cheap and hearty food. What surprised me is that a lot of the food in this big market was Asian, Indian, and Mediterranean food, with very few choices of what I would consider more Austrian styled food. So we grabbed some food, in addition to some fruit for the morning, and wandered our way back to our accommodations and shortly will be sleeping a well deserved sleep of the dead. Until next time, love to you all - ...
... Hermesvilla built for his wife Sisi in 1886, hoping she would spend more time in the Vienna area rather than doing so much travelling. The palace is more subdued and much smaller than their home in the city, but it is still quite a piece of art. We had lunch on the terrace, looking out into the gardens towards the statue of Hermes. Bob tried the wild boar dumpling dish - wild boar is a very popular meat over here. ...
Our first evening in the old city of Prague it rained, but we walked down to the square and watched the old clock strike the hour. The clock is facinating as it was originally made in year 1400 and has so many features. On each hour the skeleton rings a bell and a Monk operates a clapper then the ...
... were continually photographing them, and over-touching a horse’s nose can cause sore spots – but that didn’t matter. The horse that I was nearest to was extremely friendly and curious, and poked his head over the stable door. Our faces were mere inches apart as we stared into each other’s eyes. Horses have such intelligent faces that you really realize that they are sentient beings, and extremely intelligent. Of course, only the ...