Arnes Hotel Vienna
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... No pics sorry, too busy eating!
We messed about the house until the early evening and Max drove me to a pub where he and his crew had a gig playing and singing, bizarrely, get this, Irish songs. I know it sounds weird, but these Germans sound great doing it. Insane!
Got home at 2am and crashed.
Next day, big brekkie, and Max's ...
Summer weather has finally arrived in Vienna. We've had temperatures above 80 degrees (f) since the weekend and the past two days have been above 90. Without the humidity that we're used to in the Mid-Atlantic of the U.S.A., so it's not as miserable.
Our apartment has no air-conditioning, but this is not an unusual condition in Vienna. After all, like a lot of the architecture in the city, the building is one hundred years old and heated by radiators, a situation not conducive ...
... fizzles away and you're left with your pint half full. Therefore, 0.5L of beer is really only about 0.3L to drink once the foam goes away. That's how they get their numbers so high, cheeky Czechs.
Today it was a 4 hour bus to Vienna for one night. If Amsterdam is the city of bikes and Prague the city of beer, Vienna is the city of statues. They are simply everywhere. When they finish their buildings, they put like ten guys or angels or dragons on top just ...
... Ok, you come with me." We thought we were actually being led somewhere useful, as he marched off down the platform, past other second class carriages that, for all intents and purposes, looked the same to us. However, he knew where he was going! He led us onto a carriage that looked just like all the others, and walked purposefully towards two empty seats. He pointed to them. “You,” he said authoritatively. Just as I was wondering how he’d managed ...
... and out of place!
Walking the streets was freezing cold, so the girls showed us a dance to keep our bodies warm. I think we’ll need to practice it more and bring it back to Australia. There is lots of leg kicking involved!
Finally we reached the Belvedere, which hosts the world’s largest collection of Gustav Klimt paintings (recommended by my Dad). The Belvedere consists of two Baroque palaces, and was built as a summer ...