|Café Landtmann, once upon a time frequented by Freud. I was sitting outside, facing Burg Theater.|
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(Quote taken from a BBC article by Andy Walker entitled "1913: When Hitler, Trotsky, Tito, Freud and Stalin all lived in the same place")
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|Café Frauenhuber, oldest in Vienna, Mozart's favorite. Very cozy.|
|Café Schwarzenberg. Proximity to Viennese Opera House drives colorful, touristy crowds. Here's a dapper waiter rushing back and forth.|
|Café Schwarzenberg. Lady behind the sweets counter.|
|Café Schwarzenberg. Proximity to the Opera House drives diverse touristy crowds. Here's a group of international businessmen having late-night wine.|
|Cafe Tirolerhof. Best Gulaschsuppe in town! Here, it's mostly locals, who come to read newspapers and spend time with friends.|