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... cut and polished to make jewelry. Again, I wasn't that impressed. They did have an opal worth 500,000 Euro, an 82.5 karat diamond with a perfect octahedral shape, and a platinum nugget that is surprisingly more valuable than gold.
The best thing was the gemstone bouquet that was a gift from Maria Theresa to her husband. The leaves were made of silk, and there were beautiful flowers and insects made of gemstones.
Also among the gemstones was the most ...
Venice was a truly remarkable city. Built on an archipelago of 117 islands of which most buildings preside on top of the water itself, there was always something fascinating to see.
After 3 days exploring the unique city we had contact with Antoine and Kat who we had met during our salt ...
... free food for 33 euros, including a glass of wine for Jim. It was a lucky find- we were getting quite tire, hungry and crabby when we found this place. We felt refreshed and energized after our meal- not stuffed and sluggish. We continued in the ring road, past the Parliament building which was incredibly ornate with fountains, statues and looked like a Greek pantheon. Passing the museum we'd been to earlier in the afternoon, we headed into a Museum section on the way back up ...
... hospital was expanded linking caves wit 10 km of tunnels to be a nuclear defence bunker. Even as a hospital it had its own power generation back up and equipped with the finest tecnology of the dayAgain I say it was a big learning experience for us.
Thats me done folks as I have to go pack a suitcase. We leave our home of the last two weeks for a 5 hr coach trip to Prague for 3 days then homeward bound. Best wishes.
... than we were shown by Patrizia. The Christmas lights bedecking the shopping streets, like huge chandeliers, are really quite stunning and as we walk back to Heroes Square, we cross the park, aglow with festive lighting and arrive at the Rathaus; the city hall.
In front of this imposingly magical building is one of the largest Christmas markets in Vienna, with funfair rides for children, illuminated angels, love hearts and snowmen festooned in the trees and thousands ...