The ticket counter in the Budapest-Keleti train station:
The food on the train from Budapest to Vienna. It was pretty great, but we won’t talk about what it cost…
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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