A&O Wien Stadthalle
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And off she goes, setting sail on the trip of a lifetime... The anchor is lifted and all the worries disappeared... Almost all :) I can find so many reasons why to travel and can't think of any why not to... I'm not a blogger and still I will try to keep a blog. I'm not the most adventurous person and still I will try to have the best of adventurous. Here I am, sitting on my first flight of my round the ...
It was an interesting time at JFK airport knowing our destination while Rachael was completely in the dark. When we checked in and she finally found out we were going to Copenhagen, Denmark of all places she was a little bewildered to say the least.
As we lined up to go through the Copenhagen immigration I had to finally spill ...
... it more special.
After dinner we were coached once more into the city. This time we attended a concert hall to hear the music of Mozart and Strauss as well as hear opera and see ballet. It was an excellent performance and the acoustics in the concert hall were very good- a lovely treat for the birthday boy. There are hundreds of concert halls in Vienna. It considers itself the city of music so it is well worth attending one if you ...
... The next day we head east and travel to Slovakia, a relatively young country which only gained independence in 1993. We stop for lunch in the capital city of Bratislava, enjoying a quick bite to eat a little window shopping. From here we continue on towards Hungry, finally arriving in the twin cities of Buda and Pest, which sit on opposing sides of the mighty Danube River. Together these cities make the beautiful Hungarian capital of Budapest. After settling into our hostel ...
"You sing at the Met?" he asked, chuckling.
I smiled. "Nope. But maybe in the future."
He used his ID to get us through the backstage door and led us onstage.
The view was everything I imagined. As men and women ran around us constructing set pieces, delivering props, and preparing lights, I looked across the stage and imagined a full house sitting in front of me. I was almost giddy, and Kim was the saint who remembered to ...