|Back on my feet and ready to explore the city and museums and maybe music, I headed towards the museum district. As a Brutalism fan, it was a case of the right place and time as there was an exhibition focusing on this style of architecture at - the Architecture Museum. And yes, my ICOM pass ran hot again. After visiting the Brutalism exhibition, which contained a fair share of Australian buildings referenced, I went just next door to the much more popular Leopold Museum. Amongst the exhibitions was a knockout Egon Schiele show, with such as comprehensive display of work. Wow! I really wanted to explore more galleries but found myself quite exhausted from the passion of the art so it was home for a rest. Then, having been dying for some nightlilfe, I bought a ticket to some indie drama - a play entitled Jack Mormon; unfortunately there were only about ten of us in the audience. Then it was on to a bar for some Austrian surf music; in perhaps typical Austrian style, the first band, wearing 60s style shirts, seemed quite restrained except for a strangely included keyboard/ synthesizer player. Well it is Austria after all! Unfortunately, everything starts around 11pm or later so I only made it through the first band before needing to go home for some shut eye.