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... large piles of clothes. They were the owners of the place, and helped me get my clothes into the machine and get it started. It turned out that they were washing clothes for the refugees, completely voluntarily. The younger woman spoke excellent English (in addition to German, French and Italian as I learned) and she said that a number of businesses had got together and joined an organization called “Chain of Hope”. They were all doing what they ...
... the palaces, in a small chamber hall, in beautiful wood paneling, seating the 80 guests. We sat at the very front to listen to the 10 piece chamber musicians, who have toured overseas, two young opera singers and two couples ( European champions) who danced waltzes. It was an enchanting evening. The musicians were very talented and passionate about their music, this was seen very evidently by the bass player who just threw himself into the ...
... The Italian restaurant at the end of our block, at which we are regulars, gives each of us a free shot of Grappa with the bill.
When you order "schnitzel", you can hear them in the kitchen pounding the meat flat. No chain restaurants, so everything is made on site. Wiener Schnitzel is standard on nearly every menu. Options are to get it made with chicken, pork or the traditional veal, which is the most expensive. You can sometimes get pork or ...
... of the Hofburg Palace, opulence in the extreme. We then walked over to look at the Parliament buildings which were also impressive and then around the museum precinct. Outside Parliament House was a large circus tent which given today's state of Parliaments, seemed quite ...
... their club! On leaving the ground I headed for the metro. Having already brought my ticket, I just needed to validate it. The only trouble was, there were no machines. I saw to metro officers and headed over to ask. They told me not to bother, that the metro was so busy nobody would check anyway! Our only full day in Vienna, and after yesterday's shocking revelation about there being no free walking tour, we had planned our own! We set off and before long had come ...