Through the summer, the opera house has a goodie for those who like opera. They screen live feeds of the performances that are showing. So, on a nice evening, one can snuggle up in one of the chairs outside, and watch an entire opera on the big screen. Probably even getting a better view than some of the people inside! With subtitles! 😀
This is one of my new favourite places to bring my visitors for some authentic Viennese coffeehouse action. The cake is amazing, and from what I have been told they know how to make coffee (difficult for me to judge as I don’t like coffee).
The style is comfy, with a touch of art deco in the chandeliers. It is possible to get a seat without a booking, but it could mean waiting. After over six years in Vienna I now have a great range of non touristy coffee houses to pick from. 🙂 Well. Four of them…..
Prater is 250 years this year, and there are many events scheduled throughout the year to celebrate. Yesterday I went into Prater to catch a glimpse of the flower parade featuring horse carriages and various old vehicles. The weather wasn’t great, but could have been worse! 🙂
Sorry for not replying sooner to some of you. For some reason I don’t get new notifications anymore… For anything, even though I have switched them on in my android app. Weirdness!! Anyone else experiencing that problem?
Can’t get away without posting a photo, here from outside a school in the 3rd district, where all the cool kids have scooters locked outside. 🙂