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... bread rolls or brush ants off of my arm. I stayed there all afternoon, basically. I mean no disrespect to Vienna but no matter how hard I stared at the city map or how I furrowed my brow at it in a mock representation of intense thought, I just couldn't find anything that really made me want to get up and go have a look.
This is a little hard to explain to people who haven't travelled for a prolonged period of time, but I'll try anyway: don't get the idea that I ...
... become vegan in late 2006). I digress…the exhibit was very enjoyable with some amazing photos taken by Linda during her time as a rock photographer in the 60’s of The Beatles, but also Jim Morrison, Jimmy Hendrix, and then later photos of her family, nature, animals, and also some animal rights photos which were quite breathtakingly sad.
The museum itself is one of Hundertwasser’s building creations. He was an amazing artist and architect ...
The tour also took me on to a couple of other streets, some of which were home to the high-end shops - Burberry, Tiffany's, Chanel etc - the sorts of shops were even window shopping can give you a heart attack! The tour finished up at the Hofburg Palace, home to the Habsburg dynasty of Austrian rulers and the current residence of the President. The palace is also home to the Imperial Treasury - a museum ...
... 55356;9 139; Then it was off by bus to Keldenberg which is up in the hills of the Wiener Wald... Beautiful views of Vienna and we found a fantastic tree obstacle course to watch on the walk down from one view point to another..then back on the bus to go to Gezing and a Heuriger which is like a wine garden where they serve young locally produced wine.. We had just found a table and ordered our drinks when it started to pour and we had to go inside... After ...
... the Museum of Art History, first taste of Roman and European art in Europe.
Went to another garden and took some more photos, then visited the famous Cafe Sacher and tried the Sacher Torte. Served with whipped cream, a very chocolatey and awesome cake!
Went round to the State Opera and got ripped off by some dude to get bad opera show tickets.
Headed over to Stephensdom and discovered Figlmuller by accident through a nice souvenir shop keeper. Wanted to visit the Mozart ...
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