Hotel Beethoven Wien
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After a slight late start and a bit of a Skype with the parentals we headed off for our last full day in Vienna. The natural museum was the last place we had left to see so that was our first stop for the day. This museum has such a large collection of stuffed animals, fossils and bones it was really quiet remarkable to visit, they ranged from …
... for a photo op, then on to dinner at a very nice venue, where we dined on a very tasty variety of salads, soups, and entrees. We were then ushered in to the concert venue where we were pleased to find that our group had the first two rows reserved. The concert was marvelous, with a 13 piece orchestra, a male and female opera singer, and a couple dancing. The pieces played were from Strauss and Mozart, and of course one of them was the classic Blue Danube. ...
... tubular sausage, but a whole plate of thinly sliced soft sausage covered in onion, tomato and arugula, so it was a sausage salad. At one store Arlene bought a cat poster and half an hour later she realized she had left her cane there. Luckily she had kept the bill with the address on it or we would never have been able to find the store again in the maze of streets in the old town. Sure ...
... wanting to try. It was very good.
Mike left Tuesday to go to London, Tim went to work, I went to German class and Tamar got a chance to rest, do some laundry and research Wednesday's excursion.
Tamar and I boarded a train for the neighboring town of Krems on Wednesday. The center of town has a very well-preserved medieval quality, with some of the buildings being 1,000 years old. We wandered around, had a lovely lunch, made some ...
...I finally did a bit of my own singing today.
My class presentation was on composer Hugo Wolf, popular for his German lied of the late 1800s. At the end of my biographical sketch, I was going to play a YouTube clip of someone singing a piece I analyzed, but decided to offer the class the option of having me sing it too. I wasn't really warmed up or anything, but the performance went well enough, and I ...