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... looking forward to seeing them all again in a couple of weeks.
Then out again for dinner to an old castle around ten minutes away. It was great up there with a nice breeze and good surrounding views. The Castle was funny in that it was built in the late 1800's, and from all different materials around Europe. It was very quirky and a bit of a hotchpotch. Home again and time to pack. Picking up the hire car in the morning for our Eastern Europe road trip :) ...
... subways within the main city zone for the cost of one euro per day. Combine the transportation options and a good pair of walking shoes and there's nowhere in the city I can't reach easily, often in less than half an hour. We don't have to even think about having a car. Cut the cost of car payments, insurance, tags, taxes, repairs, maintenance, parking, gasoline and tolls from our expenses. Plus the hassle of trying to drive in unfamiliar and somewhat tricky traffic patterns because ...
... delivered unalloyed delight.
The "Salonorchester Alt Wien"' one of the best known interpreters of Viennese classical music, performed a sparkling selection of the loveliest melodies of Waltz King Johann Strauss, and of the principal proponent of the Viennese style, Wolfgang Amadues Mozart. Virtuoso musicians, superb opera singers (one Soprano, one baritone) and enchanting ballet soloists presented an evening full of Viennese charm, with swinging ...
... was built on the old city wall. It opened in 1869 to the Mozart's Don Giovanne. Prior to the opening of this opera house the people had to travel to Paris to hear opera. Also on the Ringstradde is the Museum of Fine Arts and Natural History. Along with the National Theatre and City Hall are the continued examples of ageless architecture.
Now back to the tour of the Schronbrunn Palace. This tour is so popular and the site so precious to the history of Vienna it ...
... back to the ship is was lunch time. Then in the afternoon, the Captain opened the wheelhouse to the ship. Just as we were to go up to the Sun Deck for the tour, the heavens opened. Barbara and Orrean got to steer the ship into the lock for a short distance. Following the open house at the wheelhouse, we were shown how to make apple strudel. YUMMO!
Tonight is the Farewell dinner for this cruise. We still have another full day on ...