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... people and not be seen. I hope you enjoy the shots I did get here, as I did it all for you guys!
From here we strolled downtown to the shopping streets to pick up a skirt for Stephanie. It seems a big part of her grumpiness had to do with her wearing a brand new pair of pants that were very tight and uncomfortable and extremely impractical for a day of walking several miles around town. By the time we were done with this exercise and she mellowed out a ...
... blocks away. We quickly checked our bags, got our free transit passes that were included with the hotel price, and were on our way again!
It was only 9:30 am! We had expected it to take much longer than that. In fact, one of the things we had really wanted to do in Vienna was to see the Lipizzaner Stallions at the Spanish Riding School. And the only time they were performing was today at 11 am. We'd thought there was no way we could make it in time, so ...
... the tradition which is now in its fourth Figlmüller generation.
The average schnitzel measures roughly 30 cms in diameter, is very tender, juicy, and covered in a crispy coating.
They use the best pork cuts, namely, the rose or tenderloin, a choice back piece which hardly puffs during frying. This results in a schnitzel that is quite a bit larger, thinner, and crispier than all the others.
The tenderloin weighs 250 grams and is pounded dutifully until the meat ...
Just a quick blog over brekky
Had a busy day yesterday, went to the nearby Art Museum. It is in a fabulous old building in immaculate condition
Then we did another hop on / hop off....this time to the outer parts of Vienna.
A quick late lunch was not so good at the Museum Quartier....took nearly 45 minutes for a club sandwich. Oh well
- Early start to be the first tour of Schonbrunn Castle.
- Most expensive items inside were "Made in China"
- Gorgeous wood inlay work on the floor. The pattern cut out bits from one room were used to create a negative pattern in another room, tricky stuff, fantastic woodwork skills.
- They were getting ready for a free ...