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... years at great expense. Back on the bus to town, but two people missed out as they did not get back on time. Guide waited ten minutes and went looking for them. No sympathy. Tour ended at the State Opera building and luckily it was only a short walk to our concert hall. Found a restaurant to have Vienna schnitzel and apple streudel for dinner, of course! Concert was interesting, quite different to the ones we go to in the Sydney Opera House. Totally geared to ...
... ankle-length hair; I thought that would be incredibly boring, but she had a tutor to teach her foreign languages).
- Stadtpark: we had couple hours until our concert tonight, so we took the U-Bahn over to the nearby Stadtpark (city park) and walked through. It had some statues of famous Vienna musicians, and was next to the Wien Canal (Vienna River Canal).
- Hotel/Cafe Sacher: this is a very famous hotel and ...
... to Austria's fairly recent diminish of power following World War I, which was the end of their Austro-Hungarian Empire. With a lust for power and Hitler's influence, their involvement in World War II was sealed.
We ended the night with a traditional Austrian dish, the schnitzel. It had been quite a while since we'd eaten a proper schnitzel, it didn't quite stack up to our schnitzel's though.
... the garden.
Through the IAEA, Tim had an invitation to the residence of the U.S. Ambassador for the Independence Day celebration on July 3. (No, I don't know why it wasn't the 4th.) Apparently thousands of people get invited to this, they had us arrive in shifts, we were the last, the "blue wave". As it turned out, local journalists and historians were also invited and my neighbor was going at the same time we were. Since the ...
... but it still feels very modern inside. The room he gave me is HUGE! I have my own couch, bed, dresser, study area, kitchen and bathroom. Well I will post pictures soon now that I am free from Wifi restrictions---WOOOHOOOO! But I am just too darn tired to do it tonight. I love you and miss you all! Keep me in your prayers. Traveling with just one other person in a completely foreign city is much different than traveling in a large group back in Rome. Good night (or however you say that in ...