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With an upcoming trip back to the States, I can't help but think of some of the differences between restaurant dining here in Vienna vs. the U.S.A. Frankly, in many ways, we've gotten spoiled here.
When you order beer, your choices are usually limited to what's on tap: light, dark, a mix of the two, or wheat. They're usually from one of the local breweries, or since I am often dining with Tim, brewed in house. They're always good. Additionally, you have ...
Austria is a very prosperous country, and the capital city of Vienna is full of grand old buildings, fantastic parks and wonderful public places. Seeing the prosperity evident here, and remembering the economic abundance we always see in Switzerland, raises the question of whether pursuing neutrality might be the most economically attractive strategy for a country. Austria’s neutrality allows it to be home to some key global organizations (like OPEC and the ...
-Capitol is Vienna.
-Language spoken is the German language.
-Recorded in 2012, the population is 8.426 million
-They use euros in Austria as their currency.
-The major religion is Roman Catholic Christianity.
-Was an Austrian neurologist
-Founding father of ...
... went down to the plaza in front of the opera house, and watched some of Wagner's opera 'Die Walkure' on the large outdoor screen. This is the second in a series of four operas commonly referred to as Wagner's Ring Cycle. I'm afraid we didn't get it at all. The opera was in German, but there were subtitles - unfortunately also in German. However, it was fun sitting out with others, on a lovely evening, watching the opera for ...
... of the main historical sites of Vienna and learning much about the Hapsburgs who used to rule this area. Our local guide was very energetic and passionate about the history of the city she has spent her life living in. It was brilliant seeing everything lit up in the evening and to orientate ourselves in Vienna. As most Europeans do, this evening we were celebrating Christmas with a meal at a local restaurant and then opening our secret Santa presents. Our ...