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... reign. Our next stop was the famous Opera House. No tours offered today so we walked around the building and then headed to St. Stephen's Cathedral, a massive 12th century church in the center of Vienna. The 450-foot south tower can be seen throughout the city. The north tower's steep roof is is covered in 230,000 colored ceramic tiles. The inside of the cathedral - the nave - is more than a football field long and nine ...
The weather is set to be slightly better today. We train an hour out of town to grab our sturdy lime green bikes for a ride through the UNESCO listed Wächau Valley. I selected "Apfel Strudel" as my companion to keep my wobbly wine filled body from toppling over. We wind along the streets and along the river by the vineyards. They have a very traditional way of making the wine around ...
... music and other art forms from all over the world. I would go watch Orfeo ed Eur, the special production by an Italian director. In addition, I would listen to the festival concert played by Vienna Philharmonic, which is a highly praised orchestra around the world. Thousands of people come to Vienna only to listen to them. I would also listen to Wiener Symphoniker, which is another high quality orchestra. Later, I would expand ...
... stinky. I thought muenster smelled like fresh dog poo. I had to move the plate out from under my nose. After our stop at the cheese shop, we went outside to a small table of stuffed olives, marinated garlic, hummus and falafel, stuffed grape leaves, eggplant and feta cheese roll ups, and a couple other things. I was able to sample a few things despite the rotund guest we would not move out of anyone's way. Last night, we were treated to a concert at ...
... sips! We had delicious moist chocolate cake and the fluffiest berry meringue we've ever seen. Very tasty! The coffee house was also very cool, the building was really old and they had a guy playing the piano. Afterwards we went for a walk around one of the many parks and stumbled across a few old churches and buildings. We eventually found some toilets for free woohoo (we've had to pay everywhere we've been so far, even in McDonald's etc you have to pay to use ...