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Then we went into St. Stephan's cathedral. The choir was practicing as we strolled through. I stopped for a minute just appreciating what I was hearing and seeing. The churches we've seen throughout Europe on this trip have been magnificently beautiful. I cannot pick one over the other.
By this time, we realized we had better return to the ship soon, since we had an early dinner on the ship tonight in preparation for ...
... diced-cum-mashed potato and a fried egg. As we leave the cafe, we can hear Beethoven 5... crossing over to the Rathaus the Vienna Phil are playing the symphony on a massive screen, half the size of the building. We sit and watch/listen to almost the whole thing and soak up the amazing atmosphere. Wonderfully powerful conducting by Mariss Jansons and incredible energy in the orchestra. We sleep ...
... and Village. His original name is Friedrich Stowasser, but he changed it to "Friedensreich" meaning "rich in friends", "Hundertwasser" meaning "hundred waters" - reflecting his love of nature.
So we knew Hundertwasser had an association with New Zealand, but had no idea how deep this went. He made several visits to NZ, spending much time painting there, gained the New Zealand nationality and ...
... of 64 years. His wife was Empress Elizabeth of Bavaria usually called 'Sisi' - the Princess Diana of her day. Several movies have been made about her. She was very beautiful and quite eccentric. It was the killing of Franz Josef's heir, Franz Ferdinand, that got World War 1 going. Franz Josef thought he was a pretty smart guy, but he made many poor tactical decisions during his reign. Today we ...
... the Wombats Base hostel and then made our way to the Schönbrunn Palace. There we did a tour through the palace as well as its amazing gardens. Tickets we €18 each, but it was well worth it! Just in the main square of the palace was a big market, similar to the christmas markets, except these markets were held for the Easter celebrations. There we grabbed some ...