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... the Belvedere Palace with the Klimt exhibit. Small exhibit, but they do have his most famous painting, The Kiss. Woman in Gold now resides in NY. I managed to get 15,000 steps in that day, as we got a little turned around and walked a bit out of our way! The streets here go in all different directions! That evening we went to a concert in St. Ann's Church to hear a string quartet play Beethoven and Mozart pieces. Church seats not so great for Jack's back. Oh, ...
... ring. We also sampled some delicious waffles - mine with cherries and vanilla and Victoria with plums and vanilla. Our next culinary experiment was the hot apfel punsch which comes in a little mug. Each market has their own mug, but thankfully we have only tried the punch from one market or we might be clinking our way home with a set. The apfel punsch was very clovey and we had to confess to ditching it after drinking about half of ...
... very center, and the other districts spiral around it-- so district 7 is as close to district 1 as district 2 is. Cordula very graciously is letting me stay in her apartment here in district 1. It is a really perfect place for one person-- a small bathroom, comfy bed, tiny kitchenette, and a balcony. After seeing district 1 Ben took me back to his apartment in district 7, which was so cool. Ben works as an artist out of a little studio, and ...
... 8220;How was your journey?”, “Where did you come from?”
· “Oh, that must have been tiring! I hope your room will be prepared soon then.”
· “Hm, bad news, unfortunately the room isnīt ready yet. Do you mind waiting a couple of hours?”
· “Did you have a nice stay?”
· “Have a safe journey back home!”
I am becoming ...
... spending most of it chatting to a friendly Spaniard about highlights of Spain, distances between places in Australia etc. Since only I had ever been to the opera (seeing the same opera when I was 6, in Sydney) and neither of us could remember much about this one, we just shared the usual banter of two travellers.
With an earlier morning, I went straight out to Schonnbrunn Palace and spent several hours wandering through its vast gardens to see its ...