Suite'Hotel am Kahlenberg
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... we decided not to go on a long trip to see what we have seen photographs of). Beethoven, Mozart, Strauss, Schubert and Mahler, to name a few. There were extensive displays of manuscripts, artefacts, postcards and letter, old pianos, and memorabilia from the time - I could not take it all in. For example, apparently Mozart wrote music around his friends' names, so there was a touch screen where we put in our name and up came a melody like he would ...
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- Basteihalle: Degas, Cezanne, Seurat
- Pfeilerhalle: Bacon, Warhol, Richter
- Propter Homines Halle: The beauty of nature - the court painters of Archduke Johann - also the Habsburg Staterooms
- Kahn Galleries: From Monet to Picasso, the Batliner Collection, permanent of show
- Tietze Galleries: Sturtevant, drawing double reversal
- Lee Miller, photographic work
... car while sight seeing happened. We then drive to kremes,where it was coffee and cake time (apfel strudel anyone?). A quick stroll down the cobblestone paths before heading back to the apartment and guess what - more fireworks ( or fire crackers) being let off. So while I seemed to be becoming more disease ridden while in Vienna, i found it to be better on ones mental state. At least we all seem to be on the mend now and are heading to Salzburg for more Mozart ...
... to talk about it, even though very few of them were even alive to see it. I can understand this as I too am sometimes shameful of my Germanic heritage because of this, and there is no reason for this especially since my family was in North America before World War I. Kids are taught a very one-sided view of the wars, and that is one of shame. There is almost an overcompensation for this guilt instead of trying to understand the state of mind and position that ...
... and then walked around the gardens. The property is 1 mile wide by 2 miles deep so we saw just a small portion of the grounds. The bus brought us back to the midtown area so we could eat and explore the area on our own (with Peter and Sheila). We went to Sacher Café for the world renowned Sacher Torte. Diane and I split one piece and we each had a cappuccino. This was lunch (verrrry expensive). Did ...