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... Bishop Franz Ferdinand.
After the crypt we went to St Stephens Christmas markets in town where we looked around (the stalls were beautifully festive!) and had the most amazing hot drink of my life! It was apple cider and Jack Daniels rum! It was also served in a little festive Christmas boot! So cute... obviously had to keep the boot.
We then went to what was supposed to be a highlight of Vienna... ...
To be touched by art is to be changed and have a new outlook on life.
The Albertina Museum is Vienna's largest collection of Modern Art.
Their permanent collection include examples of works by Monet, Degas, Chagall alongside those of Warhol, Lichtenstein and Miro. The day we visited the Albertina Museum they had a section devoted to the works of Joan Miro. His early works were very detailed and surreal, latterly ...
... enough of a squeeze to see a city in a whole day. This made me fairly disheartened and to be honest, fairly cranky - getting a bit funned out from barely seeing a city and then being on the move again. But Vienna, you turned my mood around completely and that is a pretty massive achievement, especially after over a month of living out of a suitcase. I tend to have a morning spat about that, but that's another story! The metro in Vienna is brilliant, we would ...
... greeted by lovely owners who spent time with us pointing out places on a map for us to go. The apartment was very good, clean, well equipped with cakes supplied and it was very quiet. We were situated just across a bridge from the inner city so we settled into the apartment and went for a quick look around Stephansplatz. We took some food back to the apartment for our evening meal.
... there were some very familiar arcs which we recognised immediately as being by the same sculptor who did the huge 27m tall arcs at Gibbs' Farm on the Kaipara. They can be seen on the skyline from SH 16. I didn't know his name so looked it up, French artist Bernar Venet. And then, who do think we saw in the entrance hall of the Palace? Yes the by now ubiquitous Jeff Koons and his Incredible Hulk. He specialises in huge sculptures of familiar images. ...