Hotel Am Schubertring
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... had a light lunch and a coffee in a little sidewalk cafe next to the cathedral. It was cold, but the coffee warmed me up. The "toastie' (a ham and cheese melt) was tasty, and Paul's mushroom risotto was marvelous.
We are now back on the ship for a little r & r as tonight the cruise line has a very special night planned. We will have a "weinerschnitzel" buffet dinner and will then be attending a ...
August 11th Today's plan is all about the music. Vienna is known as the city of music, and such great composers such as Mozart, Haydn, and Beethoven all have worked here. We started off our day touring the world famous Vienna Opera House. What an incredible building. It is sad a lot of the original building was destroyed during World War 2. We got to see pictures of it before this time and it was even more amazing. We got to tour behind stage and man what ...
... points) and Germany (also nil points) did worse than us - so it is not all bad news!
We did get to see a bit of Vienna too during the weekend in and around the city centre area - which was busy on a Sunday even though the shops were closed - including St Stephen's Cathedral, the Hofburg Palace, Schonbrunn Palace Gardens, the Rathaus (Town Hall) and the Prater amusement park. So it was not all Eurovision Song Contest action for the whole weekend!
... such as Klingon. You could even listen to Shakespeare read in Klingon, that's my kind of museum. Globe Museum The Globe Museum has about 250 globes and related objects on display: terrestrial and celestial globes, lunar and planet globes, and instruments related to globes. One of the most prized objects is Martin Behaim’s original globe depicting the known world in 1492. A private Globe museum has been established in Vienna by engineer ...
... which added to the atmosphere. The solo flautist was... wow (Mum, she played Konzert fur Flote Nr. 2, D Dur, KV314 if that helps?). When they played Eine kleine Nachtmusik, I felt my fingers start to twitch and I was transported back to the piano lessons of my youth… The orchestra was fantastic, the two singers just amazing (she had the biggest range - and the biggest mouth - I think I've ever heard!) and we all stood and clapped at the end till our hands ...