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... a wedding cake. Everywhere music is woven into the fabric of - well, everything. Shops are housed in former homes of famous composers, a modern day auction house is the site of where Beethoven debuted his 3rd symphony and concerts are everywhere. Amusing is how the various royalty commemorated themselves so often not as they were, which was pretty grand, but in the guise of various Roman and Greek gods (they might reconsider if they knew the state of Greece ...
... at the Citadel on top of Gellert Hill. The view was quite breath-taking!! The structure was big. The winged goddess was ginormous. I don't know how these types of things were erected in times-gone-by...? Absolutely amazing. Driving to Austria we hit some traffic and a bit of rain, but nothing too bad and we rolled in around 2. That gave us time to orient ourselves to ...
... apparently). It was absolutely gorgeous! I loved the view from the Gloriette, which was a tower at the top of the hill, overlooking the Schönbrunn. The gardens were still very bare in early spring but I could see the green buds and I could imagine how gloriously beautiful everything would look in a few months. It took us a few hours just to explore half of the garden, we didn't even go inside the palace or the zoo! My friends and I made a plan to ...
... from Natalia. We are so appreciative of her incredible hospitality in making sure we were comfortable, well fed, and knowing where to go in the city. In fact, this morning before Milica woke up, Natalia spent time trying to explain to us how we should get to the bus station tomorrow. She was really concerned that we wouldn't be able to figure it out and we tried to explain to her with gestures that we could see ...
... new shirt and shoes for our evening of classical music. We get a little lost looking for the 'best coffee shop in Vienna' and go into a fresh pasta restaurant where Sean orders the best pasta we have ever tasted, creme de fungi. Follow this up with said coffee at a nearby cafe and Vienna trumps our Italian pasta experience any day. Off to the schnapps museum where we learn the history of schnapps ...