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... District, followed by his primary school. And of course I'm enjoying the foods he introduced me to- artichokes, snails, French onion soup etc. Paris was cold and raining, strange for summer... Lyon was fabulous- gorgeous city. Lovely to walk around and I thoroughly enjoyed going to the Lumiere Brothers mansion to learn all about the birth of cinema, truly fascinating. And the market where the great chefs shop - les halles du Paul Bocuse. Now in Nice with Diane ...
... crowns, robes, jewellery etc. Other interesting aspects were the many and varied relics and the ornamental containers in which they are stored. Again gold, precious gems, crystal etc. - in the empire days, to own important religious relics meant power and influence. So we saw thorns from Christ's crown of thorns, cloth from the table at the last supper, cloth from Christ's loin cloth, wood from His cross, wood from His manger, the blade of the spear that pierced His ...
... Cemetery.) We decided, however, that the weather for today would not be the best for this adventure so we decided to stay closer to the City and make a test run on the train, check out a museum or two and possibly do something at the Spanish Riding School. The most important thing, though, was to look for something special for my Mom as a Mother's Day gift. Since were could not be home for ...
... which is as beautiful as any of the cathedrals!, & passed by the Parliament on the way back to our hotel. We ended a delightful day having dinner at the hotel's restaurant, La Veranda. Wow, the food was delicious & imaginatively presented. Tomorrow early we say goodbye to Vienna & hello to Venice where we embark the on Mariner.
... spending most of it chatting to a friendly Spaniard about highlights of Spain, distances between places in Australia etc. Since only I had ever been to the opera (seeing the same opera when I was 6, in Sydney) and neither of us could remember much about this one, we just shared the usual banter of two travellers.
With an earlier morning, I went straight out to Schonnbrunn Palace and spent several hours wandering through its vast gardens to see its ...