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... in Bolivia. They were headed to Vienna, Austria and seeing as though we were pretty close we packed up our stuff, jumped on the bus and made our way into Austria, the birthplace of the Terminator.
Kat and Antoine took over as our official tour guides and over the following days showed us a whole lot of Vienna. The ...
... We found one quickly and sat down at the bar. Our timing was excellent. There was no one there when we sat down and by the time the coffee came there were people waiting. We went back to the ship for lunch and then joined the concierge (Constantine), the head chef, and about 20 others on a trip to the local market via the subway. We always find it fun to get out in a city and mingle with ...
... enthusiasm, which shone through in the performance and totally won over the audience. Not usually a classical aficionada, I was so enamoured by the performance that, we bought the two DVDs by the Palace Orchestra. What a night to remember - a wonderful setting and spectacular musicians playing music by composers groomed in Vienna, all in the city of Music.
The journey back to the ship was ...
... stocking over his head like a balaclava and bought some random junk the museum had on display. They had a little desk with jewellery that you could put on as well as dresses. The Mexican Headdress was quit impressive and big with feathers plucked from a native Central American bird called the Quetzal. After the Weltmuseum Wien we went to a neighbouring Butterfly house just because we had time on our hands so we looked at that and there were some pretty colours. They had a nursery, ...
... Walked into town via Kohlmarkt and arrived at the St Stephens cathedral. WOW! Did a lot of eating after that then decided to check out Prater Park. This is an amusement park on the north side of town. It's free to walk around - you just pay for each ride. I couldn't resist the haunted houses. afterall, it's October. Of course I ran into a wall in the dark and had a swearing for. Sorry kiddos! ...