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... down the street toward me it would be 11pm. With a hearty embrace and great cheer we greeted each other and took the metro to an Italian restaurant downtown for a great meal to catch up over. It was a good time and some much needed social outlet away from my family for a bit. On our way home instead of taking the metro we decided to walk, which created an amazing first impression of the city. We walked through some of Vienna’s most impressive architecture ...
... then to the Gloriette Viewing Terrace. It took a while to do all that as it was quite a distance and uphill on the way there. When we got back to the palace we had lunch. Derek and I had turkey sandwiches and Larry had a large piece of apple strudel. We left about 2:00 taking a different subway station by walking through the park surrounding the palace. It didn't take long to get back to Karlsplatz on the U-Bahn. We walked to the ...
The loud voices of the Americans heard across the street
Remind me of my African home.
And the echoes of Afrikaans are heard in the German
The cosmopolitan climate created a kaleidoscope of different ways of looking at life.
Today was one where I explored far more than the new streets and sites and sounds of the city;
I found within myself a new excitement that came from knowing that I could find my way in ...
... got a little silly . We ended up wandering around seeing all the stunning architecture of the museums and parliament etc The only building that we ended up inside was St Stephen's Cathedral, another day another church, haha just kidding. It was pretty cool just like all the others we had been in.
By that stage we were pretty much done so it was back to the airport to head for home. A long weekend but heaps of fun and two more places crossed off of Europe. ...
... and Joanna even patted one.
Joanna and I have booked a Mozart concert dinner in Salzburg, thanks to my Grandma, so I bought a nice dress to wear that night. We then went to an awesome traditional Vienesse restaurant called Zwölf-Apostelkeller. It was in a Gothic-Romanesque cellar from the 13th century, and we ordered the veal schnitzels, of course! It was very delicious. We chatted down there in the nice atmosphere for quite a ...