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The night before when we were checking in, the reception guy had told us that there was a weather wind warning for the next day and that there was going to be really bad rain and possibly even snow! So we woke up expecting the worst and were pleasantly surprised to see hardly any wind and no rain. Yay! It was still only 9 degrees outside so we …
... final tour of the day. We went everywhere from back stage, to the best seats in the house, to the different intermission rooms, plus the royal tea room. The Opera is quite expensive, but you can line up 80mins prior to a performance and buy standing only tickets. There are 2 options, for 4 euros you can stand right about the royal box, or for 3 euros you can stand at the very top (head touching the ceiling) and watch from ...
... to a very beautiful but frankly bloody freezing Vienna....for a moment I thought we'd got lost and taken a plane to Iceland - talk about an arctic blast! Only one thing for it, to wrap up warm and head for the nearest, warm hostelry and indulge in some good old Austrian hospitality! Only something got slightly lost in translation as we find ourselves in The Australian Pub drinking VB and perusing a menu of kangaroo fajitas, crocodile steak and grilled grasshoppers! ...
... But let's get to today and horses. We saw the famed Lipizzaner Horses from the Spanish riding school! These were very cool horses and we got to watch them train, some of the exercises they do we're just incredible. The horses behave and do exactly what their riders want. It got a little boring watching one rider do the same thing over and over so after 1 hour and a half we went to get lunch. Later in ...
... office, etc. Franz Joseph would have to ring a doorbell, and have a maid answer the door to Elisabeth's apartment, to visit with her. At age 6, every member of the royal family was given their own apartment. How crazy! Sadly, photographs were not permitted in the Sisi Museum or Imperial Apartment, but the place was beautiful. Lots of reds and golds. Lovely stop!
Reina and I did some more shopping in town, explored some new areas and headed home to study. It was a really nice ...