So, as many of you know by now, I spent my summer holiday in Vienna, Austria. I had two weeks to explore the city and you bet I did it all the way around :happy: This is just an small intro to this city of palaces, museums, churches and music. And, despite the weather, that was rainy more than I expected, I have managed to see almost all that was worth to see in this beautiful city – almost, because I know there must be some more to be seen.
So, come on, take a look at what I have seen 🙂
to be continued…
Is it just me or can you see a naked lady through that window there.. :eyes:
Top left window by any chance?
Splendid architecture! But… Is that all for now? :awww: *pout* (ps, I see no ghost :left:)
@ Cois. That is the ghost of the Countess Ezsterhazy. Boy, what a crazy nympho she was!@ Darko. If you are taking requests, I would be interested in seeing some photos of Beethoven's and Schubert's grave, if you have them. Not as if I haven't seen photos of that before, though, so if you didn't visit that is fine. How about the old Theater An-Der-Wien?And cool Viennese bistros/taverns?So. Welcome back!
She's gone now.. :whistle: can't expect her to hang around forever.. 🙄
He's possessed! :insane: The power of Christ compels you. The power of Christ compels you. The power of Christ compels you.
🙄 droll, I'm sure… :p
OUT FOR COFFEE. BACK IN 30 MIN.– The Nympho Countess Ezsterhazy.
Hey, I DO feel compelled!…to go eat dinner. 🙂
Cois – I told you not to drink absynthe late in the night, it makes hallucinations;Edward – unfortunately I don`t have those photos you requested but I have opportunity to visit one interesting graveyard and I will make a post about it :)Kimmie – I have a lot of job to finish in my office so it leave me a little time during evening to look at the photographs; and I want to think what to write in my posts; just be patient :)Mik – you gave him absynthe, right?Carol – :)By the way, I have found this interesting article about Countess Esterhazy, follow the link to pdf file:http://query.nytimes.com/mem/archive-free/pdf?res=9B03E4DE1F3AE733A25757C1A9639C946597D6CF
Ha, that's a funny picture. It'll be interesting to see some of the rest. 😀
Everything is going well here, so I guess there are a lot of people from USA on line 🙂
Tilla – I will make few albums in MyOpera so you will see more than I will put in my posts 🙂
Waiting for continuation 😀 Love your status, by the way :up:
Hey, Gdare, I tried stopping by your blog today but OC was running too slow and it wouldn't go through. Will try again tommorow… :wizard:
Very funny photo :D. What building is it?
Didn't have no absynth :left: but overeating does cause hallucinations apparently..:D.That link takes me to a white screen.. :confused:
Maybe because it's a .pdf.
Alla – I am :happy: indeed :DRose – this is Kunsthistorisches museum 🙂 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kunsthistorisches_MuseumCois – this is .pdf file, sorry
Ah, I see :up:. Did you go inside?
Naked lady?Where? Where?Damn, I'm always late.Looking forward to more – architecture.
Rose – I have spent 4 hours inside; Rembrandt, Tiziano, Velasquez,….Alan – there will be a lot of old architecture 🙂
I'm able to download and view pdf files..Nevermind nevermind..
Good to see you, Darko, glad you are back!
Glad to see the first picture from your trip! Vienna must be fascinating and looking forward to seeing more! :up:
Adele, thanks. I am very busy at the office this week, otherwise I would have put another post. Hopefully I will do it during weekend 🙂
nice foto! i'd like visit Europe one day……..
Maki, I have seen a lot of Japanese tourists in Vienna 🙂 I am sure you can find travel agency which organizes tours in major European cities. Or, you can organize a trip by yourself and this is something I prefer.
Jill – I am sorry, I almost forgot to thank you for kind words; well, thank you 😀
You bet, glad you are here.
Let me ask you one thing Darko. Did you spend all of the two weeks IN Vienna? You did not want to travel to other parts of Austria? :eyes: Have you been to Salzburg? :right:
No, I have been one day in vacation to Melk and Dürnstein, I will make a post about it. But in Vienna there are a lot of things to see, and I like to spent some time doing nothing in particular, just walking around, watching people. That way you can feel how the city is "breathing", you can see if a citizens are satisfied or not, behaviour of tourists too 😀
Yes, but I was there to visit some friends too. I don`t mind travelling alone. I think I was 21 when I travelled through some part of Europe by train and alone. You can always find some good company :D*thinking about American girl I met in Prague*
Nice? Yes. But I would not want to travel alone even though it would be for free (practically) I would prefer to wait for somebody to come with me. What is good is that I don't have to worry about THAT! :happy:
Well I think it was nice from them to do that. I wish my parents could do the same….
Well, we are all different 🙂 I like to travel in company but don`t mind to travel alone as well 🙂
Cool. I never thought of it that way. Did you travel alone?
😆 I was just exposing my point of view! 😉
😆 I would not travel alone. I don't have problems getting to know people…but I want to know that I am travelling with someone I know. And..you are a guy, things are different for you.
Yeah, that girl told me the same :DBut she was travelling alone too, just finished first year of studies and her parents sent her to Europe to have some nice time 🙂