Mercure Secession Wien
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... see La Boheme as a class, and it exceeded my expectations. I thought I would be bored to tears, but the translation screen in front of each seat helped a lot, and the sets were fantastic. After the show, we went to the Sacher Hotel to try the world renowned Sachertorte, which is the famous Viennese chocolate cake. It certainly didn't disappoint and it was a great way to end an enjoyable evening. Sunday morning we woke up even earlier than the other days ...
... fine, I gathered all of my things and made it to the station with just enough time to make my (compulsory) reservation and get on the train. Though it was difficult to sleep with interruptions by a succession of ticket inspectors, I managed to get a bit of shut-eye in before arriving at Salzburg, where I was to change carriages to avoid going with the half of the train that was destined for Venice. After Salzburg (which I hadn't planned to visit because of its distance from ...
... Stephen's church in the very centre of the city. My pictures of course do not do it justice, but an impression anyway, and a way of documenting the trip for my dotage. Denys' photos will no doubt do them justice. We walked through a park along a little lake and sat down to eat our lunch. Most people on the boat, well at least at our table, make a roll at breakfast to take with them for the day, along with some ...
... a bit of home even though the flora and fauna was different, and at was a nice break from the concrete to see all the trees and walk along the vineyards. I even made a new friend. As we were walking down one of the hills, my friends and I ran into a little cat sitting on wall. She was so friendly and followed us along the wall for a while. She reminded me a bit of my cat and it was hard for me not to just take her with me.
After a ...
... s that way when any of us are absent?
In German, we learned the last of our new material, and in Music History, we learned about Hitler and his perception of the arts and the impact it had on society from WWI -post WWII. A lot to think about.
Trying to be a good roommate, I offered to pick up anything Reina might need. She asked me to pick up things for her twice during classes alone. This is funny for a few reasons: ...