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... cole. The objective of classical equitation is to study the way the horse naturally moves and to cultivate the highest levels of haute école elegance the horse is capable of through systematic training. The result creates an unparalleled harmony between ride rand horse, as only Vienna's Spanish Riding School achieves.
The Museumsquartier (MQ) is a 60,000 m˛ large area is the eighth largest cultural area in the world. Historic buildings from the 18th and ...
... some flowers and a really old U-Bahn station. There was a big reflecting pool right in front of the huge church, and it had these neat columns on either side of a big green dome.
When we went inside, I was highly underwhelmed. It wasn't very spectacular at all. However, what made the visit amazing was that there was an elevator that took you up to the base of the dome. Then there was scaffolding across the base of the dome, and a set of stairs that went all the way up to ...
... later for some Sacher cake, both of which Vienna is renowned for ( and both very nice). We walked to the Fine Art Museum in the rain, only to find it was closed so we decided to take a cab to an indoor shopping centre not far from where our boat was moored (or so we thought). Came time to get back to the boat and we had become a bit disoriented - needless to say we had an anxious few minutes trying to work ...
... No pics sorry, too busy eating!
We messed about the house until the early evening and Max drove me to a pub where he and his crew had a gig playing and singing, bizarrely, get this, Irish songs. I know it sounds weird, but these Germans sound great doing it. Insane!
Got home at 2am and crashed.
Next day, big brekkie, and Max's ...
... to wake you up in the morning. Afterwards we headed into the old town to climb up St Stephens dom, however it was closed for a service until 1 o'clock in the afternoon. And that is when the rain started, and the city started to feel drab just like Salzburg had the day before. It was the complete opposite of a month earlier when the sun was out! As we had no intention of wondering through yet another city in pouring rain, we headed to Cafe Central for a tea ...