What a relaxing day it’s been, away from the metropolis Vienna right into the gorgeous city of Mozart.
We, my nephew and I, wander from Neutor (a tunnel through Mönchsberg) passing the Pferdeschwemme (a water basin for horses) in the direction of Getreidegasse (the cutest shopping street ever). As expected it was overcrowded. So take a rat run on the left and hide out in nice little coffee shop to regain with a cappuccino and Sacher cake.
After that we walk on to the cathedral, round it once and continue through the small alleys. On our way we see the – as usual – subtle advertisement of “Anker Insurance”. (Remember: they are the ones with the art clock in Vienna. :) )
After this first, for the connoisseur well known impressions of the historic city, the mountains called for us. But that’s written on another page...