Adagio Vienna City
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... who recognised their importance and then it was finally made a state institution in 1945 It was really interesting to see all the different representations of the world over the years of exploration. Some had part of Australia, some without America all together, there was even an interactive screen where you could spin a virtual globe and see the original cartography with an outline of the current cartography so you could see just how wrong they ...
... br> We went to through to check-in at the Austrian Air counter and have been told that we have seats on the flight to Frankfurt, but they cannot check us in or give us boarding passes for the next flights. For some reason, they can check our bags through, but they cannot actually check us in.
Our flight from Frankfurt is supposed to be an Air Canada flight ...
... 10 years for the opportunity... It started to rain........again! My umbrella was back on board, so a new one has been added to the collection. We then had free time in the city, but like all cities, it was shops, shops and more shops. We stopped for coffee and pastry then visited the church before heading back to the ship. Lorraine Norm and I went back in the afternoon, but all in all a disappointing ...
... European journeys before settling in Vienna in 1781. There he realized he was little more than a slave to Archbishop Colloredo which didn't make him very happy especially considering the success he had experienced on tour. When the Archbishop forbade him the opportunity to perform for the Emperor (for a fee equal to half a year's salary) he decided to pretty much go on strike. His father tried to force him not to leave which didn't help matters. It all ended with ...
... for more!). Prague did not disappoint; a shame time was so short. Managed to avoid the notorious pick pockets though Ken thinks he spotted one.
Off to Vienna with the afternoon on the bus. Lunch stop was, you guessed it, another Maccas closer to the border. One advantage is the WI-FI and free toilets...otherwise you pay about 75c! When we arrived in Vienna we spent a quiet night at the hotel recovering from ...