A&O Wien Stadthalle
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I think its safe to say that "What Are The Odds" was the game of the trip. And I'm pretty sure everyone in my group had to do at least one publicly humiliating thing, from barrel rolling across the festival grounds to faking a rejected wedding proposal. (And yes I was the one faking the wedding proposal, and yes it was hilariously terrifying, and yes people were watching and totally fell for it.)
... ballet. The programme was a selection of music by Mozart and Strauss, some arias and ballet pieces, all made very entertaining and some quite comical. It was exquisite, complete with champagne or juice at their intermission. Photos were not permitted during the performance but others told some beforehand which will be emailed to me. A perfect ending to our time in ...
... the existing church was completed in 1433 after 65 yrs of extensions and reconstruction.
With all the rain it wasn't much fun walking around so we headed back to catch up on some rest after our early flight and then headed out for some dinner later on. Some nice wheat beers to be found and restaurants all over the place.
... informative driver named Philip showed us around. Luscious green trees line the pathways and with the clip-clop of the horses hooves it gives one a feeling of what it must have been like to travel in those days.
Every thing is painted a pretty yellow. Apparently the favourite colour of Empress Maria Theresa, who spent her late years here in seclusion after the death of her husband, Franz Stephan of Lorraine.
The gardens are well manicured ...
Austria the country famous for Mozart... The first thing we did in Austria was go to the Schonbrunn palace which was the summer residence of the Habsburg family. It had amazing gardens and even backed onto a zoo. We found out that all the shops in Austria were closed on a Sunday so that meant that our free day consisted of walking around the sights and doing a few food stops. We saw the famous opera house, hofburg palace (the winter residence of ...