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... and apple but impossible to eat just with the cake fork we were given. Then coffee which was cool, and very strong. Didn't finish mine. We then were ushered through to front row seats at a packed concert, given by the Vienna Residence Orchestra. Comprised a pianist, 3 violins, A cello and a double bass, a flute, clarinet and oboe and a percussionist. All led by an excellent violinist playing a violin made in 1730. Excellent programme of music by Strauss and Mozart mostly. There ...
... surrounded by figures symbolizing the rivers that flow into the Danube. The Gothic St. Stephen's Cathedral (1300-1450) sits in the center of Vienna. We passed Graben, the former moat of a Roman military camp and the Holy Trinity Plague Column where, in 1679, Emperor Leopold I dropped to his knees and begged God to save Vienna from the bubonic plague that killed a third of the city. St. Peter's Church was built as a thank you ...
... had horns that were intact and sticking up from the rock! You know, I think I even wrote a paper on trilobite evolution in one of the paleontology classes I took. Actually, I did. I just looked and found it on my computer. I'm laughing right now because I just read the summary and I don't understand a word of it. Here's an excerpt if you're curious:Heterochrony is an important process in the evolution of many groups, including trilobites. Heterochrony ...
We got up early and went for a run around the ring road around the city centre. The after breakfast is was an early start off to Schonbrunn Palace, the Hapsburg's summer palace. It's huge and the rooms we went into were gorgeous. The gardens go on for miles and were beautifully manicured. Came across some squirrels playing in the bushes. ...
- Neven was our Zagreb guide that took us out into the countryside near Zagreb.
- First stop was Kumrovec the home town of Tito. Nickname from being a bossy sibling.