Vienna, Austrian_capital, capital_of_Austria
Meaning: the capital and largest city of Austria; located on the Danube in northeastern Austria; was the home of Beethoven and Brahms and Haydn and Mozart and Schubert and Strauss
(Vienna, December 28, 1782, to his father.
It is preserved in the Court Library in Vienna.)
'Ah yes, madame, I recollect him well in Vienna.
'You were in Vienna then!' the Cantankerous Old Lady mused back.
For the first time in my experience I missed the charm and gaiety of Vienna life.
'Indeed, miladi, your admirable husband was one of the very first to exert his influence in my favour at Vienna.
'Yes, they were delightful days in Vienna,' she said, simpering; 'I was young then, Count; I enjoyed life with a zest.'
It was in this state of the affair that the tidings of what had occurred reached Peter in Vienna, as is related in the last chapter.
(Vienna, April 28, 1784, to his father in Salzburg, whither the pianist Richter, whom he recommends to his father, is going on a concert trip.)
Some three weeks later chance had taken me to Vienna, and I sat one evening regaling myself in a humble but excellent little Gasthaus up in the Wahringer quarter.