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... pretty sweet! The baroque architecture and ornamentation is starkly contrasted with the modern art exhibit. The artwork was incredible, and really thought provoking. I would love to spend more time there another time. Then we took the tram to the 6th District to view some buildings designed by Otto Wagner. These turn of the century buildings focused on functionality, and minimal ornamentation. Vastly different from the regal buildings built ...
... if your interested in art, I think he is an amazing artist. Pictures were not allowed in that temporary display. The weather here is very dull, sprinkled all day and high of 16. I was told that it was 38 a few days ago and they had some snow flurries yesterday. Despite the rain, I walked around the downtown core, through Stadtpark and saw the wonderful statues of Strauss, surrounded by nudes, and Schubert, a less ostentatious ...
... at 9pm, as if it was just gearing up for a festive night. We shared a delicious meal al fresco at Fratelli Ristorante and then headed for the much required gelato before we retired for a blissful sleep.
An early rise allowed us to take a walk before the city awoke - beautiful morning light and quietude. We did see a number of people that looked like they were just returning home from the ...
... to the opera (and by visit I mean going inside and watch the show – taking picture with it does not count). Getting a ticket is not that difficult and good discounts could be achieved with some bargaining. Along the center area, there will be plenty of sales guys, dress in Renaissance outfit, grabbing tourists with their thick brochures and competing with one another to sell the tickets. ...
... went on sale 80 minutes before the performance and if you were there early enough you could stand in the parterre section and be right at eye level with the stage. We decided to try it out and see "La Clemenza di Tito". Our tickets cost a grand total of 4 € each and we filed in with all the others. We found a spot at the rail and stood there while the lady explained that you should tie something around the rail to mark your spot. Not having brought anything with ...
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