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... ambience of the Innere Stadt, it stood to reason that we ended up at Hotel Sacher. Stopping here was a must. Sachertorte at Cafe Sacher. We had enjoyed such a lovely lunch at Julius Meinl Cafe, and it really was almost dinnertime. As such, there wasn't much room for cake. Luckily they have a miniature version, and it was perfect for the two of us to share. Really, the idea was to taste it. So glad we did. It was delicious - and went perfectly, as ...
... I'm For example, interspersed among the horseradish, ham and halibut are cafes and restaurants of various types ... and cookery shops ... and souvenir shops ... etc.
You get the picture. Viennese gastronomes can supply their own kitchens or feast from the well-supplied kitchens, staffed by skilled chefs, right in the Naschmarkt.
But that only describes ...
... for being his 'morning angel'. A free padded envelope worth €1.30: no big deal.
Almost the same words were spoken to me 2 days later in Vienna. I joined the very long queue inside the back entrance to the Opera House, awaiting the opening of ticket sales for standing space, 80 minutes before the performance of La Cenerentola (Rossini's Cinderella opera). It's a long time since I used to stand through 3 1/2 hours of an ...
... and ( some we had), we got as dressed up as we could for the opera. Some People were wearing clean jeans & nice tops while others were in full ball gowns & jewels. Loved the couple dressed to the nines sipping champagne as they arrived in a horse drawn carriage! The intermission people watching was almost as entertaining as the opera. We had third row seats in a box. There are all display screens where you can choose your language and read what ...
... had schnitzel and potato salad, Larry had and grilled cheese and ham, Derek had a huge sausage like a Bahama Mama and I had pork, dumpling and red cabbage sauerkraut.
After lunch we caught the tram to the U-Bahn to another tram and ended up at Hundretwasser (100 + H2O) Haus. It is a housing project of 50 affordable apartments subsidized by the government. Hundretwasser was the painter/architect who designed them. They were built in ...