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... Most of the sights seem to be around the Museum Quarter near Hofburg Palace. A lot of the major buildings were built during the reign of Franz Josef in the mid to late 1800's after he ordered the city walls torn down and replaced with the Ringstrasse (boulevarde circling the city). Unfortunately most of the museums we wanted to visit were closed on tuesday's but still impressive buildings from the outside.
I had to try one of the Wien Schnitzels so we ...
... circles the old part of town. It is where the old city wall used to stand but was torn down by Emperor Franz Josef to make the space for the road, a couple of hundred yeas ago. So cool! All the major landmarks are there by the "old wall" on the ring. They were all built by the Hapsburgs, who are called "Hapsburgers" here.
I am blown away by how beautiful it is here. The architecture is similar to Paris in it's grand opulence, but at ...
... Jefferson Airplane’s White Rabbit. The toilets at the Café Diglas were also of note. The cubicles had clear glass doors so first time visitors could be left with the impression that other visitors to the toilet would be able to view occupants going about their business. Fortunately the glass doors frosted over when locked so Mandy did not have the dilemma of either waiting for her return to the hotel or braving the indignity of being on display to other ...
... dried fruit. I videoed a feeding frenzy of hundreds of pigeons and was wondering what had brought them to the spot under a tree. As I moved in a bit further I was met by a very cross lady who obviously comes to feed them. She let me know in no uncertain terms to go away. So I did, and sat on a seat with Denys and gave the ducks half of my bread. Our next bus was via Schonbrunn palace. Massive building, gardens ...
... ready to leave in the morning. We were planning to head back to the Chinese place for dinner, but found a great cheap sushi restaurant. All throughout Europe and the UK we have found sushi to be hideously overpriced, so were stoked to come across this place.
We are heading to a smaller Austrian town tomorrow, Grunau Im Almtal, getting one step closer to Oktoberfest this coming weekend.
Good night everyone
Brendan and Lauren ...