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Bev ordered a small Viennese breakfast which was 2 white bread rolls a croissant, jam and an extremely soft, soft boiled egg.
Lots of lovely fresh produce at the market. Everything looked so tasty and fresh and artistic too with the way they pile up the olives, feta, bread rolls, raspberries, apples, you name it!
After this we met up with Michelle. So good to see her! She is operating on minimal sleep and a double espresso from ...
... armour is very pretty and it is also made by hand and very unique. So I enjoy the craftsmanship that stands behind.
Once done I move on to the Natural History museum and the last museum to explore today is the art historical museum. I am lucky, as this is open until 9 p.m.
I wish I had more time especially in the Natural History Museum. I am able to spend 2 hours in there and still, there are so many great things to ...
We left Venice and headed for the Alps. Through Northern Italy which is very rural and also seeking autonomy. The area has been part of both Austria and Italy over the years. A final morning tea break in Italy before we crossed the magic red line to indicate that we were in Austria. It's amazing how the architecture and feeling of a countryside can change so quickly. The houses became chalet style, the mountains bigger ...
Ah Vienna. It's a lot more spread out than the other European cities we have been in lately. I suspect we will see others that are more spread out than it. Our stay in Vienna was all about art. We saw some pretty amazing stuff in a very short space of time.
Our accommodation was neat and (mostly) clean, unfortunately it was very noisy overnight with the windows open, and it was a task to close them as they were high up. It ...
... Back into Stephenplatz for Stephensdom, aka St Stephens Cathedral. Again, different, impressive. Mozart and Vivaldi both had their funerals here. Due to ongoing renovation work, there is currently a lift taking tourists to the top of the tower. Here you can see the mosaic roof tiles depicting the double headed eagle, symbol of the Habsburg dynasty. On the other side is the coat of arms of Vienna and ...