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... 5 - Prague to Vienna, Austria We arrived into Vienna after dark, but luckily we stayed 2 nights here. Vienna is a beautiful, very cultured city. Everywhere there was evidence of the classical composers and magnificent public buildings. We did 2 special tours here - the first was of the Schoenbrunn Palace, the magnificent home of the Hapsburgs. (Also the setting for a large concert by Andre Rieu.) Later that evening we went to a meal and traditional Viennese chamber orchestra ...
... tourists the next day. The boat traffic in the lagoon is amazing, reminded me of Sydney Harbour before the Sydney to Hobart yacht race. We stopped at a cafe/bar/place with tables and chairs outside and decided not to pay 15 euros for a Corona Beer.
We eventually make our way back to the hotel and chill out for a bit and raid the mini bar before dinner. We then frock up and back down to Hotel Savoia Jolanda for food, festivities and fire ...
... I sit in the Piazzas and watch people, the man who feeds pigeons, the man who fills his hands with water and squats down to give it to his small dog, the red faced tourists with bags trying to find their hotel in the maze that is Venice. (Hang on, that was us a few days ago).
We have lunch in a quiet Piazza and head home at about 3.00. I head off to Piazzale Roma to check if all in order for our car tomorrow while everyone else agrees to a long siesta. We will then head ...
... and the top certification of "Cleanship" as well as Comfort 1 by Bureau Veritas. These are essential requirements for sailing in extreme conditions with no impact on the environment. The latest in technology is astounding -- and will allow "close to shore" exploration on one of the smallest ships to maneuver through so many islands and fjords.
Robin's Route - to the Icecap
Greenland is the second largest island ...
... although not exactly 'a few steps away', filled with locals on a Friday night. Don chose the spaghetti Vonogle (small and fresh baby clams about the size of your thumbnail) and I had fegato Venezia style (calves liver with onions). Both were wowzers! We finished off with a salad and stumbled back to the hotel, stopping only once for a gelato to end the day on a sweet note. :-)