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... with me and with gloves and 2 hats I went out to see the beautiful buildings and of course also the Christmas market(s).
There were several Chistmas markets all over the city and it was nice to see what they offered.
The christmas market next to the town hall had a little stage and when I visited it there were 5 men playing wonderul musik on their trumpets. They played various christmas songs and when ...
... some time in the city, getting very comfortable with the transport system. Got picked up by our friends and taken to an eclectic restaurant which is very famous, so famous I cannot remember it's name, but it did have pictures of numerous actors, singers etc who went there. Anyway food and service were spectacular. Went into town and saw the Time Travel show which gives you a history of Vienna and the Hapsburg Empire. There are numerous ...
... 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 ...
... futuristic. The "Müllverbrennungsanlage Spittelau" is one of the most modern destructors and caloric power plants in Europe, the fire of the garbage supporting the energy demand of Vienna. It has the capacity to burn almost 17 tons of garbage per hour. The main tower of the plant is 126 metres high and easily recognised from many spots above Vienna. We had been told that Vienna would be easy for sight ...
After leaving this palace we cycled over to the Sisi Museum which was the home of the Emperess Elizabeth who led an inetresting live and did not like her regal role and was some what oif a rebel.
Great exhibit followed by a look at how she and her family lived.
Finally we stopped by the home and now museum of Sigmunf Freud and also we found the childhood home Max Gross, father of Francine VanScoyc who is a member of ...