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... of the Riding School to give an insight into the origin and facts about the horses and the School. The horses and riders are amazing, and extremely disciplined, and it was well worth the visit. Afterwards we toured the gardens of the Winter Palace.
Mozart was born and lived in Salzburg but spent most of his time in Vienna.
After having lunch ...
That evening (Friday) we went to a local Greek restaurant and after ordering our meals, Sue asked for a glass of water. Anywhere in Europe you have to be quite specific about water and state that you want tap water or you end up with something bottled, at varying prices. Our wine arrived together with the water and before we realised what was happening, the seal had been broken on a 1.5 litre bottle of water. The waiter disappeared and I looked at the menu to find that ...
... t remember because we didn't take notes, but it was a great way to see the places around Vienna.
Went up to the Sky Bar above one of the posh shops in the main tourist drag. It's nice but we're not sure why they put a Sky Bar here as it doesn't really have much of a view of anything except rooftops, satellite dishes, and aircon units ... oh, and glimpses of St Stephen's Cathedral.
Anyhow, nice atmosphere with beautiful ...
... that there were nearly no-one visiting the zoo on a windy February day so we nearly had the place for ourselves. However, like all zoo, I believe its oriented towards being visit with families, more than with classmates.
Next up, in the afternoon we delt with the House of Music, or Haus der Musik in German. I think this visit really demonstrated the right amount of Interactivity and Information. It really mixed the two together, you learnt and felt the music ...
... designer shops together than I have ever seen.
One cannot come to Vienna and not have a weiner schnitzel, eat Sacher torte at the Sacher Hotel or drink coffee in a Viennese cafe, and, of course, we did all three!
During Advent the Christmas markets pop up throughout the city and each market is distinctive with its own theme and unique style, and every stall within the market is identical. The stalls sell ...