There was so much to see and do in Vienna, home of the Jugendstil!
....the real reason for my visit was a course at the EPO. And that was awesome, but I think you would all be really bored if I went into too much detail about that - so I won't!
Vienna has lots and lots of museums, I could only go to some of them.
This is me in front of Wien Museum Karlsplatz.
This museum has my favourite Gustav Klimt painting "Love" - it was so worth the visit!!
Klimts work was the main attraction of the next museum "Secession"
Here they house his "Beethoven Frieze", but the building itself was also impressive, all the detail and the decorations. So beautiful!
After the Secession Hall, I went to Museum Belvedere:
After going here, I went to my hotel. I had walked all over Vienna, and I must admit that my feet were getting tired!
This next building is not a museum - it's the French Embassy. But look how beautiful it is!
The windows and the balconies and all the gold...wow! I could look at this for a long long time. And really, a lot of the buildings in Vienna were so pretty!
After an hour or so in my hotel room (and some dinner) I went out to see the Albert Loos' American Bar
I love stained glass, so naturally I like this a lot :)
There is so much more to share from Vienna, but I will have to split into several posts, so come back!!