On day two, we'll head to museum and garden territory with many of the shops closed.
Perhaps we'll do breakfast at the Meierei em Stadpark (the photo above is from this) or Jospeh Bakery at Landstraßer Hauptstraße 4, 1030 Wien (below).
And then take coffees for a walk through the Belvedere Palace Gardens.
And then head to Europe's oldest shoe maker, Rudolf Scheer & Söhne, to gawk at the beauty (or just click here to see Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek's beautiful photos of the operations for Monocle Magazine like the one above). NOTE: I bet anything they're closed on Sunday. This might have to wait for Monday morning.
(Bräunerstraße 4, Vienna, Austria)
And grab a snack at at Palmenhaus (Burggarten 1)...before we head to Porter's favorite museum in the world (thus far), MuMOK.
Daniel Spoerri's Der General, 1962, part of the MuMOK collection at Museumsplatz 1. The gift shop there is also incredible looking.
Followed by cocktails at Loos American Bar on Kärntner Durchgang (photo from Vanity Fair).
Followed by wiener schnitzel at Plachuttas Gasthaus zur Oper at Walfischgasse 5.