Woke up early in the morning and headed to The Naschmarkt, it's basically a big open market where there are lots of stuff that are for sales ranging from clothes to 2nd hand goods and food. Spent about 1 hour plus walking through the whole market, another thing about this market is that it is only open during the weekends.
Some pictures of The Naschmarkt
Afterwhich, I went to Gasometer and the building has quite a history behind it. The gasometer were used from 1899 to 1984 as gas storage tanks. After the changeover from town gas to natural gas they were no longer used and were shut down. But after some renovations, each gasometer now is divided into several zones for living, shopping and entertainment with the historic outside wall that was conserved.
MacDonald's at Gasometer
Then I start on my Musician Hunt and started with Mozart who is resting in St. Marx Cemetery. Got slightly lost but manage to find this quiet cemetery.
St Marx Cemetery
Grave of Mozart
Me and Mozart
After that, I went over toZentralfriedhof which is the central cemetery of Vienna where the other famous musicians were buried.
Main Gate of Zentralfriedhof
Memorial of Mozart
There was this beautiful church in the center of the cemetery
Inside of the church
Caught this tombstone for me
After spending some time looking around, I headed to a more cheerful and noisy place called the Prater, the Prater is basically a theme park.
Pictures of Prater
The Giant Ferris Wheel
The Tallest ride in Prater
When to the United Nation Building which is pretty close to Prater but I still do have to take the metro to get there.
Austria Center next to the UN Building
Building of UN
I head towards to main city and explore further before heading to a strings recital. Walked around and saw the house of the Vienna Mozart Orchestra.
There are also something like those hollywood star that has their name and hand prints...
Then there is the Opera House
Did I mention before that you can drive cool automobile...check this out~
Random shots in the City
Augustinian Friars' Church
Finally it was time for the recital
The small hall for the recital, Mozart used to work in this room
It was a nice 1 hour recital before meet Xiaoman who brought me out for dinner and we had Fiorino
Dinner was awesomely good...and it was time to bid farewell to Xiaoman as she is leaving to a place for her performance ( she is studying as a opera artist)