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... walked around for a couple hours, went into the cathedral and had a weird lunch somewhere random. We had burgers they were average. The best thing about that lunch was the free wifi and I got to viber Danielle and James. Was so good to hear their voices. We ended up returning to the cathedral to go down into the Catacombs. They are amazing and scary and eerie and interesting and spooky. Lol. I could go on. They are still used to this day for cardinals of the church. Further down ...
... etc on the ceiling.
Tonight we will celebrate with the Captains dinner and cocktails.
Champagne, wine and 5 courses one of which was Bombe Alaska Wow!
We will have the last River Lock 68th in total along the rivers tonight.
The Locks have been amazing cement ...
... Woods" were not much either, got better trees at Dorrigo! It was a quick bite to eat and back on the bus to Vienna to see how the patient was and he was brighter, and obviously had needed the rest. Gregg offered to stay home for the afternoon with Will, while Lauren and I continued with some sight seeing.
After all, I was in the city of music....lets do something musical! ...
... move about freely to capture the best views. I'm not certain how to describe this journey from Munich to Verona through the alps. Creative, inspiring adjectives have been used and poetry and songs have been written, but none seem adequate. A quote I just read seems to fit: "The view would take the sight out of your eyes." We have decided to let our photos speak for us.
Next up, our time at Lago de ...
... but did not pay for entry because the palace is now an art museum and we decided we had seen enough art. Our last stop of the day was the Central Cemetery. The cemetery was one of Karen's picks. She wanted to go see the graves of famous composers, like Brahms and Beethoven, and of the author Arthur Schnitzler. The cemetery contains 330,000 graves. Luckily Karen was able to purchase a map so it was easier to locate who she was looking for, but we still spent almost 1.5 ...