Pension De Lux
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... repeat itself another six times. Still, watching these well-trained animals execute such precision is an impressive sight. Like many of the attractions we’ve already been to, there was a strict no photo policy that was enforced by ushers wandering the ring of seats. Well let me tell you, such policies rarely stop me, and I’ve been getting quite good at clandestinely sneaking some shots in. This was no exception, though it was hard shooting through ...
... got on the train just in time, because it left before we even had a chance to sit down.
And we were on our way! It didn't quite feel like we were in Austria yet, there were way too many people nearby still speaking English.
It was a short 25 minute ride into the city center, where we transferred to the U-bahn (ooh-bahn), the underground subway. And then it was a short ride to the Westbahnhof stop. This was the west train station, and our hotel was just ...
... it more special.
After dinner we were coached once more into the city. This time we attended a concert hall to hear the music of Mozart and Strauss as well as hear opera and see ballet. It was an excellent performance and the acoustics in the concert hall were very good- a lovely treat for the birthday boy. There are hundreds of concert halls in Vienna. It considers itself the city of music so it is well worth attending one if you ...
1905 – the year the legendary Schnitzel was born
It was back then that Johann Figlmüller opened a small wine tavern on Wollzeile, right behind St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Right from the start it stood for the unparalleled Viennese way of life: a restaurant that was always a fine place to chat and celebrate and that had a great menu and select local wines. And, of course, the original rendition of the schnitzel.
The brothers Hans Jr. and Thomas Figlmüller are ...
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