Lindner Hotel Am Belvedere
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... cole. The objective of classical equitation is to study the way the horse naturally moves and to cultivate the highest levels of haute école elegance the horse is capable of through systematic training. The result creates an unparalleled harmony between ride rand horse, as only Vienna's Spanish Riding School achieves.
The Museumsquartier (MQ) is a 60,000 m˛ large area is the eighth largest cultural area in the world. Historic buildings from the 18th and ...
... of approximately 2.4 million. It was made a World Heritage site in 2001 and there must be maintained for "benefit if the world". This of course costs money and therefore just about every place you visit has a charge attached to it! Vienna is both the "city of music" being homes for Strauss, Beethoven and Schubert, to name a few, but also the "city of dreams" as it was also the home of Sigmond Freud. These are but a few reasons why Vienna attracts 5 million ...
... morning after a quick stopover to see Debbie, James and Luke.
By then we would have flown over 34,000km on 8 flights and set foot in 6 different countries including Aus. We've had a great time but are looking forward to seeing the kids (and everyone else) and getting back to normal again. In two weeks time is the qualifying event for next years race in Copenhagen so back into the training again after a week off the bike...till next year.
... seemed very laid back, I would have loved to have stayed for longer. I also discovered the best hot dog in the world, the Käsekrainer. It is stuffed with cheese and inserted into a ketchup filled baguette, the taste is out of this world. I'd come back to Vienna just for that. Hot dogs aside, this was a great stop on our trip and we will be coming back. A nine hour journey awaits us as we cross the entire breadth of Austria, finally arriving in Lucerne, ...
... head straight to the ticket line at the State Opera House. Luckily on the last evening as I was out and about taking photos, they had a huge screen erected outside showing the live version of what was happening inside. I sat down for twenty minutes or so and enjoyed the blurry video of, I think, Wagner's ring cycle, and then moved on feeling happier that I'd got to experience something cultured and expensive at no cost whatsoever.
There are several other interesting ...