An early morning train from Budapest to Vienna, our accommodation is directly adjacent to the gallery and we woke the next morning to a beautiful light fall of snow…such a delight! The gallery space is small but a good size for the three of us to each show something. White, plaster rendered walls and a black painted concrete floor, slightly arched ceilings with simple, bar fluorescent lights, and several windows and the entrance door along one wall. The gallery serves as Claudia’s studio and function space in between exhibitions, and she lives upstairs. She has run the exhibition program since 2004 addressing yearly themes including artists visiting from countries as diverse as Armenia, Thailand, Bulgaria and Germany among others. Directly beside the gallery our accommodation was in the clean and quiet, Zum Goldene Kegel Hostel.