Adagio Vienna City
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... The combination of being sick, exhausted, fed up, and being in a room with three Asian boys with really strange bathroom habits just didn’t work well in Vienna’s favour. The wine country was absolutely stunning, that was a huge highlight for me, and I wouldn’t say no to another visit there! Vienna’s history was really intriguing as were its monuments and buildings, but after seeing everything that I wanted to, I don’t think I’ll ever make another visit to the ...
... quite a few hours we then went back to the hotel to freshen up for dinner.
Tonight is the official end of the tour and it is finished off with a celebratory concert and dinner. We were taken to the Vienna Residential Orchestra Concert Hall where we were entertained by the well known music of Mozart and Strauss. It included a couple of opera numbers and ballet items. It was a reasonably small audience, no more than 200 people and we had front ...
... St. Stephen's Cathedral. The original church was built in 1100 A.D. It was replaced with the start of the Cathedral in the 1300's and was damaged and rebuilt or added onto almost continually for the next 400 years. The worst damage was during WWII when it was bombed and caught fire in 1945. Much of it burned including the bell tower along with the 22 ton bell and 12 foot clapper. The clapper ...
... in our tour left the building, she beckoned us back inside and led us to the auditorium entrance. There, she asked a stagehand if I could take a look at the stage. A few unintelligible words in German were exchanged, and he shrugged, smiled at us, and told us to follow him.
I could hardly believe my luck. As we walked across the audience to get to the stage door, he asked where I was from. I replied with "California."
"And you're a singer?"
... Cream , for servingpreparation1. To make the torte: Position a rack in the centre of the oven and heat to 400°F. Lightly butter a 9-inch springform pan and line the bottom with a round of parchment or wax paper. Dust the sides of the pan with flour and tap out the excess.2. In the top part of a double boiler over very hot, but not simmering, water, or in a microwave at medium power, melt the chocolate. Remove from the heat or the oven, and ...