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When I get back to Vienna in the morning I quickly leave my backpack in the hostel before exploring more of the city.
It is a windy, dark and rainy day and the weather fits perfectly to my next destination. The cemetary of Vienna.
The atmosphere is spooky and I am glad that there is a bit of light when I go there. The tombstones are ...
... The Italian restaurant at the end of our block, at which we are regulars, gives each of us a free shot of Grappa with the bill.
When you order "schnitzel", you can hear them in the kitchen pounding the meat flat. No chain restaurants, so everything is made on site. Wiener Schnitzel is standard on nearly every menu. Options are to get it made with chicken, pork or the traditional veal, which is the most expensive. You can sometimes get pork or ...
... out and see some of the city the next day. For or my last day in Vienna I hung out with Jean-Paul and showed him some of the sights that I'd particularly enjoyed and we visited the treasury cause it sounded impressive. It defiantly was, they had crowns and clothes and sceptres and swords and some narwhal tusks, as you do being a land locked country. We wandered aimlessly through Vienna picked directions on a whim and saw a decent chunk of the old town before ...
Today was lovely. After a week of wearing extra wool layers, we didn't even need our *************ee shops, cafés, and wine/beer shops spilled out onto the sidewalks, and Vienna was simply a delightful place to be!
We went to Stadt Park, the city park on the Wien, a small tributary of the Danube. The park is very large, and quite lovely. After stopping for a latte near the ...
... said, "tour?" and we made it. Once we cooled down, the tour was pleasant. We saw many historical sites in the gothic, neo-romantic, and baroque architectural styles, including the state opera house, St. Michael's Cathedral, Stephansdom, the Habsburg "winter" palace, and the Austrian Parliament Building.
We started using a pedometer app that our new ...