Hundertwasser Apartments and the entrance was lined with his trademark columns. The paths along each side of the canal are perfect for walking, jogging, cycling and even fishing. Even though it was October, we witnessed people doing all these things. I can just imagine how crowded it would be here in the summer. A few tour boats sailed up and down the canal but many more were docked for the season.
Vienna is a very compact and walkable city that is brimming with history. Many of the streets in the Innere Stradt are pedestrian-only, making it a pleasant place to wander and window shop. Even after 6 nights, there were still things we didn't have time to do in Vienna. If we return, we would like to take the "Third Man" tour since this is Rich's favourite movie, and we need to go to Schomberg Palace.