Rainers Hotel Vienna
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... riders and horses practicing.
We went for a bit of a wander before lunch, strolling through the Volksgarten, past the Parliament building, and along the Ringstrasse. You'll be pleased to know we didn't take any unplanned detours.
We had lunch at this lovely restaurant called Huth Stadtgasthaus where I ate ox, on purpose! We went very traditional having goulash and wiener schnitzel, with Gordon having his first Austrian beer.
There's nothing like starting your morning with a 10 minute walk to the train station...in the rain. It was only drizzling though so it was quite refreshing. The beautiful thing about train rides is that it forces me to just sit back and relax. I can just enjoy looking out the window or even catch up on some sleep. The best part is that even though I'm simply relaxing, train rides are still productive because I am ...
... complete with annotations, for another of Klimt’s masterworks, The Tree of Life; and the Kunsthistorisches Museum which contains an impressive display of classical art including major works by the Bruegels, Titian, Caravaggio, Van Dyck, Arcimboldo, Rubens, Rembrandt and Holbein.
Vienna has a wealth of history and a large number of major figures from classical music are associated with the city including Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, the ...
... spire so it doesn't look as good as it usually would!
In the evening we go to an Italian restaurant for dinner - I get a pasta which is ridiculously spicy - I nearly cry trying to eat it!!
Day 2 - Really sunny day - I have to buy some suncream as it is about 24degrees. I must have gone to the most expensive pharmacy in Vienna as it costs me 17Euros!! I would burn so badly if we don't buy it though. We decide to do a hop-on ...
Traditional Czech proverb, Kolik řečí znáš, tolikrát jsi člověkem, meaning The more languages you speak, the broader is your mentality sums it all up.
[Frankly, the adopted fairy-tale version of Maxipes Fik, the biggest dog ever – Kolik řečí znáš, tolikrát jsi zvířetem (translation wouldn´t make any sense in English, sorry) – is much closer to my heart. By the way, this preference is ...