One of many surprises on the trip was the beauty of Budapest in the morning.
Wish we’d had time to see the interior of the Gellert Spa.
Finally time for a coffee and treats at Anna Café.
More photos of beautiful Budapest here.
Vienna, with its 1.7 million inhabitants, is the largest city we visited. The city has a modern (and very expensive!) feel. Dozens of quaint cafés serve some of the best coffee and sweets we’ve ever tasted. We only wish we could’ve had a bite of this edible pony.
St. Stephen’s Cathedral and another impressive organ.
We couldn’t help but notice the contrast between the old and the new.
The next morning we skipped a trip to the Schönbrunn Palace so that we could visit the beautiful Spanish Riding School during morning practice. Kelly was very happy about this last-minute decision, and as it turned out, so was thedude.
The rest of the Vienna photos are here.
We’re heading back to Prague for a moment just so you can see and hear this amazing street musician I encountered near the Municipal House. Unfortunately, the camera’s memory card filled up before he finished, forcing me to have to switch cards midway through the performance. Even with this technical snafu at 3:16, you will be amazed.