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... by singers and dancers. It was much better than last evenings concert as all members enjoyed what they were doing and smiled!
They opened with a group of four female singers who were excellent, as were the orchestra. We then had dancers, two groups both with male and female dancers; the singers on a number of occasions - they had great voices and their harmony was spot on. The orchestra, as many as last evening never missed ...
... while Dad and Dan had chicken caesar. The bagels came out in little individual bags and toasty warm. They were very yummy.
After a quick look at the weather forecast and being told there was a 90% chance of snow at 1pm and 100% chance at 2pm we decided that the bus tour of old town was probably better then the 2pm walking tour.
The bus was supposed to pick up from the main square ever half an hour. So we waited in the cold and rain for almost an hour awaiting said bus. ...
... and I read and nap!
Around 6 we go through one of the locks and dock in Vienna around 8. We hop on the bus for a "wine and music evening" at an Austrian Heuriger (wine tavern). Good wine, fun entertainment with a harmonica (accordion) player. Back to the ship around midnight to rest up for a long day of touring Vienna tomorrow.
... to me and I love you all.
The next verse has ben a very special verse to me ever since high school. In a country where you don't hear a lot of English, it is nice to know that no matter what language you are speaking, even one that is only heard in your heart - God will always be there to listen and to guide your way.
Psalm 61:2 From the end of the earth will I cry unto thee, when my heart is overwhelmed: lead me to the rock that is higher than I. ...
... and got there at about 3pm. I toured the whole main square in about half an hour, so I decided to walk up to the castle. The castle, I had read, was destroyed and rebuilt a number of times, most recently under communist rule. As you might imagine, communists tend to build really disinteresting, blocky buildings, and that’s pretty much what the Bratislava castle is. In fact, they call it the "upside-down table" due to the four square towers at its ...