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... It was like rediscovering them all over again!
After my trip down memory lane, we found a place to fill up before the PJ gig, with supposedly the best wiener schnitzel in town, and we each had a schnitzel the size of our heads!! We met heaps of people going to the gig that night (conversations easily started with all the PJ tshirts!) including a nice American couple who we chatted to through lunch. We had ten club standing tickets again, so got there around 4pm ...
... the Habsburg dynasty for over 600 years. I really enjoyed walking through the Imperial Apartments of Franz Joseph and Elisabeth (Sisi). The furnishings were so elegant! The Sisi Museum was interesting, particularly seeing her clothing, accessories and jewellery. The Silver Collection also houses glass and porcelain. The impressive Habsburg (table) Service is 30 metres long!
That night it was ...
... is very close to our hotel. At the Spanish Riding School we found out that there was a performance by the Lipinzzaner Stallions at 11 AM but there were only Standing room tickets available for 30 Euros each. We were fortunate enough to see them a few years ago when they came to Ontario. For that performance had front row ground level seats so the thought of standing through a 90 minute ...
... It was a rather crowded market, so when I had finished eating I headed inside the beautifully ornate Rathaus, where I knew there were to be some afternoon performances - firstly, the Kasperl puppet theatre and later an Advent concert.
I sat through the puppet show, understanding more of this one that the one in Paris, and as it was still a while before the concert, I made another impulse decision and decided to catch the UBahn ...
... excellent evening and all the Austrians we met that night were a lot of fun, with an awesome sense of humour and we laughed and laughed well into the night. Eventually, we got back to the hostel and signed off another successful day of travels. Austria, the land of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Mozart, will need to be visited again. I barely scratched the surface and if I wasn’t on an extremely tight budget, I would have loved to have stayed. As Arnie would say, I’ll be ...