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Following dinner, all the guests were invited to attend a Mozart and Strauss Concert.
We were escorted by bus and we managed to get front row seats to enjoy this fabulous concert of musicians, opera singers and ballet dancers playing music from Mozart and Strauss. Thoroughly enjoyed cultural experience. The musicians were all dressed in tradictionary costume.
Following the concert we were ...
... was good. Great metro system to get around town.
I love art museums, and often find some that have smaller collections or lesser works of some known names and I enjoy how they fill out the exhibitions with artist's personal items and information that help personalize the artist and put the works into perspective with the political and social mileu of their time. This was ...
... families who called this Palace their home. Including the musical history - at one point I was standing in the ballroom where Beethoven auditioned for the queen at 6 years old!!! The Palace grounds were just as good as the interior. Beautiful Christmas trees and markets provided me with delicious gluevine to help sustain my walk around the gardens and up to the fountains for a birds eye view of the Palace in all it's glory - Kettenburg fresh food markets ...
... packed up and made our way to the subway. We had to get to the central station, where we then needed to catch another train to the airport. It certainly must have been time for home, because nothing seemed to go quite right. We couldn't find where to buy a ticket, then when we finally got one, we missed the train, so then decided to go with the more expensive express train. My card wouldn't work to buy the tickets for that so we ...
... controlled it from 1939 until 1945, when the communist's took control until 1989. In 1992, Slovakia became a sovereign state, which it is today. Bratislava where we stayed is the capital city with a population of about 400k. During the communist era, the old city became run down & basically abandoned. In fact the communists sold stones from the cobblestone street to ...