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I wasn't eager to show up at 9 to take a bus. I knew student agency was a brilliant company, this wasn't the first time that I been on their rides. This would included a dozen free movies, an "okay" business class seat, with a free cup of coffee on the house.
Arriving later in the day in Vienna it self I was already pretty tired. We waited around the bus station for tickets to explore the underground of the city in a metro. This was one of the factors that ...
... and nearby locals. The coffee menus are vast. The aromas mouth watering. To drink coffee in Vienna is to share life's celebration of tastes, sights and sounds.
Our first time in Vienna meant a quick orientation of the city. What better way than from the top of a Big Red Bus. Within three hours we had gathered a sense of direction ...
... I love the Eastern European food - lots of sauerkraut and sausages- yum!
Prague was gorgeous to look at, stunning buildings and the Old Town was buzzing. The jewish area, esp the old shule and the cemetery were fascinating. We also took a day tour to Terezin. Very emotional for us both.
We attended a best of Gershwin concert at the Spanish Synagogue- stunning setting and sublime music!
So now I'm in Paris - but I'll save that for the next ...
... which added to the atmosphere. The solo flautist was... wow (Mum, she played Konzert fur Flote Nr. 2, D Dur, KV314 if that helps?). When they played Eine kleine Nachtmusik, I felt my fingers start to twitch and I was transported back to the piano lessons of my youth… The orchestra was fantastic, the two singers just amazing (she had the biggest range - and the biggest mouth - I think I've ever heard!) and we all stood and clapped at the end till our hands ...
... called Beethovenhaus where we enjoyed dinner after our long hike. This was in the home where Beethoven lived in 1817 while writing his Ninth Symphony. Beethoven's doctor had suggested that he live near the spa in Heiligenstadt as it might help repair his increasing deafness. When it didn't help, Beethoven became increasingly depressed and was contemplating suicide. Fortunately for the music world, he recovered and went on to live and compose for another twenty-five ...