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... the city took us by the Parliament building, which is eye-poppingly temple-like. Everything about it bespeaks grandeur; it is festooned with marble sculptures. And lording over the building's entrance stands an enormous, gold-spangled statue of the Greek goddess, Athena. We also ambled past the Opera House (a performance of Parsifal was underway), the court houses, the old Hapsburg palace, and onto the pedestrian Kaerntner Strasse. Walking down the ...
... than on diamonds" ! She had 16 children in 19 years, all single pregnancies. The gardens are lovely but in bad need of a weed and whipper snipper! We then drove around the famous Ring Road. This grand boulevard, built along the lines of the old city walls, show-cases many of the capital’s architectural masterpieces, including the Opera House, magnificent Hofburg Imperial Residence ...
... 4,000 types of minerals and they are identified by a combination of chemical properties (e.g. chemical composition, crystal structure) and physical properties (e.g. color, hardness). I am ashamed to say that the only college class I ever dropped was mineralogy. It was while I was working and I could tell after two weeks that it would take a massive amount of time to be able to identify the minerals. And I wasn't that interested.
So the minerals at the museum were ...
... dinner with our friends at the specialty restaurant on board! Very tasty and elegant......and then back to the bus for an evening of Mozart and Strauss at a concert hall in town. We had music, a bit of opera, and a bit of ballet. It was special to see and hear in this town where music is so important......we almost stayed awake for the whole thing....just a little too much touring today!
Off to Durnstein and Melk ...
... of the most notable rulers during this family's 600 year reign was Queen Marie Theresa, the mother of ~28 children, including the infamous Marie Antoinette. This queen is admired throughout Vienna as she
brought justice and peace to the nation.
Upon our arrival to Vienna, Rachel and I participated in a walk and fork tour. The busabout crew was guided through the centre of Vienna by a local Viennese woman, ...