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... week and go on several field trips to various types of famous museums, churches, the Jewish Quarter, and other culturally enriching places here in Vienna. There are so many interesting places with such a rich heritage here in this wonderful city that I think we really would not have to travel at all to have a fabulous insight into life in Europe for the last thousand years or more.
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... the theatre, our page provided us tickets and programmes and escorted us to our VIP seats. The inside of the hall was gorgeous. It is called the Golden Hall for a reason - the whole place from the ceiling to the stage was dripping in gold. The painted murals on the ceiling; the crystal chandeliers; the wood paneling - this was a proper European concert hall! The orchestra entered onto the stage each dressed on historic costume as our page and we truly felt as if we ...
... without a vegetable in site Adam has started getting a sore throat and our energy levels are down so we took the afternoon off. After a quick nap we headed back out though as we had plans, you can't visit Vienna without seeing an orchestra. We went to see the Wiener ResidenzOrchester play a concert of some of Mozart and Strauss's greats along with some Ballet, Opera and Viennese Waltz. It was ...
... I have never been through easier customs. All I can figure is that Austria either is the safest place, without a care in the world, or it is potentially full of smugglers. After getting out of the airport we managed to take the subway to Pilgramgasse, nearby where we are staying. That's when we got a little lost. It turns out that in Vienna, many streets have multiple names, depending on where you are on the street. Once we figured that out, ...
... the garden.
Through the IAEA, Tim had an invitation to the residence of the U.S. Ambassador for the Independence Day celebration on July 3. (No, I don't know why it wasn't the 4th.) Apparently thousands of people get invited to this, they had us arrive in shifts, we were the last, the "blue wave". As it turned out, local journalists and historians were also invited and my neighbor was going at the same time we were. Since the ...