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... by artists from different countries around the globe and lounge music playing through the square. With the music, sun shining down and a few vendors selling food and drink, it was the perfect afternoon chill out location! That was until I got peckish and we hip-hopped out of the Quarter in search of our schnitzel in Vienna! We already a recommendation lined up and had to jive a few blocks to reach our final destination. When we arrived, the ...
... Turks have also been trying to get into Vienna for a thousand years. They have had much more success in recent centuries when they came armed with coffee, groceries and carpets, rather than the lances and cannons of their earlier attempts. And I'm sure Vienna was even more interesting before the war when it also had a large Jewish population, but that is a very sad story for another day.
It's also not all that expensive, certainly not like NYC. Our rent runs around $2,000 ...
... in his reserved seat. Sure enough, there was a tiny indicator above the seat and we didn’t even know we could reserve a seat. Oh well, we can move.
We arrive to the Vienna station to a cold (2o), wet night. A unmarked car pulls up at the taxi rank but we were not going to get in. Eventually the Bosnian, Muslim driver realises that he has forgotten to put out his ‘taxi’ light. All good and the ...
... to see why. This was the oldest building we had ever been in, with exception perhaps to the Egyptian tombs in the Valley of Kings. Built in 126AD, it remains one of the best preserved Ancient Roman buildings. It boasts the world’s largest unreinforced concrete dome as well as its interior diameter being exactly the same as the height to the oculus at 43.3m. Incredible to think what man was capable of ...
Sunday 29 June 2014 Vienna
This morning we arrived to take the Segway tour and there was just 4 of us, two Canadians and us. Our tour guide Kasper was young and enthusiastic and once we were Segway trained we set off to tour the city.
The advantages of the Segway are the distances you can travel in a short time and Vienna is quite large. The tour concentrated on the Ring road around the old city where a lot of the government ...