Vienna

The ticket counter in the Budapest-Keleti train station:
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The food on the train from Budapest to Vienna. It was pretty great, but we won’t talk about what it cost…
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The street leading to the apartment where Mozart composed “The Marriage of Figaro” and some of Mozart’s letters, from inside the museum:

A view from outside the window and the first page of Mozart’s manuscript of “Don Giovanni”:

The original title page from “Don Giovanni,” the first page of the manuscript of the “Dies Irae: from Mozart’s Requiem, and Mozart’s death mask (possibly). Photos inside are not allowed, so I had to be discreet:

Some lunch and a few sights around the city:

The Beethoven Pasqualati House in Vienna. I arrived too late to see the inside, but I got to take some pictures of the exterior. I don’t know why there is so much graffiti:


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