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... this hurts. Alot. Afterwards we were starving so we went to the famous Figlmüller restaurant to get Wiener Schnitzel. The place that invented the Schnitzel. The restaurant has since gotten so popular that another location was put in around the corner from the original to add more space. We tried to get into the original, but it was full. It's just a tiny little inn in an ally behind the Stephen cathedral. ...
... refrigerator food would spoil anyway, things don't stay preserved here as long as they do in the States. Having a small refrigerator is not really that big of a problem. My dishwasher is small, but it's just the two of us and we don't have that many dishes anyway. The oven is smaller also, but, same situation as the dishwasher. Besides, it is big enough for a goose, we've found. We did feel it necessary to purchase a microwave, American-style coffee maker, toaster, and ...
What do you do with your free time in Vienna? The buildings are beautiful, but there's a limit to how many you want to photograph. I'm afraid I gave up on that and decided to explore the shops Instead and we began with a coffee shop, of course! The heart of Vienna is traffic free and by the time I had explored the three large pedestrian malls, it was time to return to the ...
... weather. Maybe a house is a place to socialise and raise a family. It might be a bit pinko of me, but the idea of 'individuality' occasionally rubs me the wrong way, but I do agree that you should be surrounded with creativity, and maybe they are the same thing. There is a clause written into the lease agreement of the apartments called the 'window law', allowing the tenant to alter the space outside the window as much as they want for as far as their arm can reach. I ...
... horses did some mind-boggling tricks. Some were with rider, some were without:
- The Croupade: the horse would leap up in the air, with all legs bent under its belly. It would often do this multiple times before doing the next move.
- The Capriole: the horse would again leap up into the air, simultaneously kicking out the front and back legs
- "Hopping": the horse would stand on it's rear legs, hopping in place. This move was often done ...