Hotel Wiener Kindl
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... spirits' plus Monets, Manets, Van Gough, Renoir, Picasso and many others in between. It was very good made possible through the private collection of a couple who have given it to the Gallery. Then I went to see an American women artist who appropriated key iconic pieces to such a point that they are acknowledged as art in their own right, thus she explored the paradigm of post moderism/ deconstruction, what is art etc etc. After this I saw ...
... 4 p.m.
Also, take into consideration that Vienna is a very expensive city. And although I stayed in a "cheap" hostel, used public transport passes for more than 1 day which are cheaper and also used museum combination tickets which made the tickets slightly cheaper, I spent an awful lot of money.
However, I might only go to Vienna once in my lifetime and then I want to really experience it.
... hard to get your bearings in Vienna. After turning around in circles a few times I ended up walking far enough that I found the next station down the line. At least I was heading in the right direction. Even so, once I got to the Hofburg, finding the school was another matter. It’s so large that even an arena big enough for horse riding was hard to find! To make things more complicated, different tickets have different entry locations, but since I ...
... out it was just the Danube canal.
None of the walking helped our energy levels, so we decided to just go back to the hotel and crash. By the time we got there and I got ready to sleep, it was only 4:30 pm. And my mom said I was asleep as soon as my head hit the pillow.
So that was it for our first day. We have three more days in Vienna, before heading off to the mountains of Austria!
P.S. Daily Step Count = 9,008
Miles Walked = ...
... our seats until the first stop and then he politely asked them to move, and Nup they weren't going anywhere it was so bad that we had to wait for the ticket collector on the train to tell them they had to move and even then they didn't want to, it was all rather embarrassing and the Spanish women made such a scene! We went for a tiki tour around the city and we were pleasantly surprised at what we found. That night ...