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... Hundertwasser. Each apartment is a different vibrant color, with irregular windows of different sizes and not in a regular pattern. And there were neat colored columns everywhere too. It reminded me a little of the Gaudi houses in Barcelona (because of the unique architecture), and a little of the island of Burano near Venice (because of the many vibrant colors).
At first we were a little underwhelmed again, but that's because there were lots of trees ...
... checks and left us to just seat ourselves and make sure we are all safe and sound. The next 30 or so seconds were so adrenaline filled we are still waiting for our hearts to slow down.
After our lovely day at the theme park we ventured back home and grabbed some ingredients for our first home cooked meal in a while. Briony put together some delicious risotto and we had enough left over for another 8 servings almost. We ate dinner over a bottle of wine and it was a lovely night ...
Prague had churches, Vienna has palaces. Big palaces, huge palaces. Thankfully the underground is easy to follow and most people speak english or german. Raining today so we jumped on the 'hop on, hop off' tour. That umbrella that was silly to bring is keeping me really dry!! All about music here, Mozart and Strauss and apple strudel! Booked for a short opera covering some highlights of Mozart and Strauss. Went on the big Ferris wheel, much like the ...
... awesome was there was huge masses of parade watchers that had decided to dance along behind the truck and just join the parade. For some trucks it must have been more than 100 people following! Everyone was drunk and walking barefoot along the road. It was definitely an infection waiting to happen with the amount of broken glass on the road. Anyways the parade was a blast, dancing on the sidelines and waving our free paper flags ! After the parade ...
... and his gambling addiction.
We then went to a Viennese restaurant. I ordered Goulash to compare it to the style which I had in the Czech Republic. The Viennese style tasted more like brisket to me and its "dumplings" consisted of multiple gnocchi-like noodles. Scott ordered veal weiner schnitzel. I was very excited about the side salad it came with because I had been craving vegetables for a few days (central europe has way too ...