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Americans don't need visas for most anywhere they actually want to go these days, including almost everything in Europe even Ukraine now! The Hundertwasser house is anything but, in my opinion how garish! Find Cafe Hawelka, on Doroteengasse i think? I also enjoyed seeing the houses of Freud and Wittgenstein, which are both open to the public.

You can see manuscripts, collections, personal effects etc. Sorry, i know nothing about hotels. Amazing architecture, Turkish baths, etc. Well, so was Bratislava for a while, but you needn't go there, really. Also, Google for English-language weeklies in every city you'll visit to see if there's anything special going on while you're in town. Make notes from your guidebooks and other sources with addresses of things you'd like to see, exchange rates, train schedules and suchlike in a small notebook you can carry in your pocket before you go so you don't have to waste your time and energy over these things while you could be enjoying yourself.

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The Kunstmuseum has a pretty good art collection, too. A nice day trip from Zurich; about an hour and half by train. They're quaint little Swiss towns with castles and towers and cobbled squares and whatnot. There's also a lodge of some posh sort that overlooks the Rheinfalls. Paris is only three hours from Amsterdam! Prague is beautiful and there's plenty to do, but I felt like it was overhyped. It's almost too perfect, you know? Like Disney's vision of what an Eastern European fairyland looks like. Plus it's chock-full of tourists. Especially the obnoxious Italian high school sort. I hear amazing things about Berlin these days, but I haven't been yet.

Let me go for the positives: In Holland, Leiden or Gouda are smaller towns that offer everything that Amsterdam does, but are actually more picturesque and friendly, and only a half hour away from Amsterdam by train. Alpine countries have lots of cute private inns we call "Heidi Hotels" but Alpine cuisine - because of the climate - is often kind of flat and heavy. After Salzburg, Vienna would be a letdown unless you are some kind of Hapsburg hobbyist. Smaller towns or Bpest wouldbe better. Smaller resort towns in the Tirol or outskirts of Salzburg offer lots of outdoor activities and opportunities to meet vacationing locals.

Basically bad chocolate cakes, ornate facades, nasty waiters, cold xenophobic people, kitsch souvenirs, bad food, and conversations with the locals rapidly veer into how much they hate their Turkish and Bosnian guestworkers, without whom they could not survive. Sorry, was going to be positive. Vienna has local color and a great tradition of culture. I look back at this event and wish I had had the chutzpah to lose my proverbial shit, but I was desperate to keep him in daycare. For four weeks, we tried in vain to integrate him. Their policy was that he had to enter the classroom of his own volition.

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Both my husband and I spent countless hours sitting Wanting to suck in vienna a drafty cloakroom, willing our child to go inside. Towards the end of the four-week trial period, the director of the daycare pulled my husband aside and asked him how the birth had been. This must be what is causing him to have issues. I really suggest rebirthing him. Maybe next week we can schedule in some rebirthing. Defeated, we returned to our old daycare that we would eventually be kicked out of four months later. This is a public kindergarten that has a small percentage of special needs children in each class. We are so happy in our new kindergarten even though they will only keep him until 1 p.

We received a semi-diagnosis of autism regressive autism when our son was 3. He ended up losing all of his vocabulary soon afterwards, and we looked desperately for a therapist for autism. There were slim pickings, and tried a type of occupational therapy that ended up being useless. We were able to hire a therapist with years of autism experience. Again, nothing was subsidized by the government, and since therapy is not offered at home, we could only manage and afford one hour a week. The recommended amount of therapy is 20 to 40 hours a week, so we were close sarcasm.

Two-and-a-half years since the diagnosis, we are finally on the right track: There are some autism centres in Vienna, but they are overwhelmed. Frustrated by being ignored and getting no support, I started a Facebook page called Autism in Vienna last September. A year later, the page has almost followers, and I try to update it every couple of days with memes so trendytips and articles. It has been such a relief to hear other parents say what we had experienced: When I get mad, I get shit done, and a few months ago I decided to start my own autism centre here in Vienna. The concept is not completely new, but for this city, it will be. It will consist of a playroom, co-sharing therapy offices, and a coffee shop where I hope we can eventually employ amazing people with autism.


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