This is how small Vienna is….we woke up at noon the next day. Usually on vacations we wake up around 830-9am so that we can get a full day in of touristy stuff. Vienna didn’t have much more to offer. I think Vienna would have been much better if the weather were warmer. I could totally picture myself sitting outside at a cafe with a coffee people watching for a while or just wandering outside of the inner circle to see what is out there because I know there is a lot. The cold made us hop from one location to another with not too much wandering allowed.
Day 2 included
Window shopping (all stores were closed since it was Easter Monday). How cute is this Valentino dress (beige one)??? I NEED but sadly Jon doesn’t agree.
Climbed on some art in the streets.
Saw a pretty building.
Walked along the river.
Interesting fact: This is the same river that is in Budapest. The Danube goes through 4 capitals and 10 different countries.
Such cool street art by the river.
Ended our afternoon back in the Museum Quarter where we decided to go into the mumok. It’s a modern art museum so it was a bit abstract to say the least. Claes Oldenburg has a big exhibit when we were there. His art is definitely different but it was interesting to see my view on it versus Jon’s.
And then we headed back to London.