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... staircase to our room. A short break ... Time for a bath. And back onto the bus for the evening entertainment. We were off to the Auerberg Palace for dinner and a concert with Mozart and Stauss We entered the building and were escorted to our private room ..... High ceilings, chandeliers, large mirrors very posh !!!! However the food was a big disappointment .... Very average Once we had finished we were shown trough to the concert room it was held in ...
... This was of course harder for men wearing trousers so they would "hire" women wearing such dresses and climb in, do there business, pay her and leave! We now call them "toilet dresses"!
If you have any spare time, it is worth reading about Maria Theresa and these times.
We missed the Vienna Boys Choir as they were on tour returning to Vienna the weekend we leave. We did however go to the Mozart and Strauss Concert which was truly enjoyable. It is small ...
... a masterpiece of the early modern period. A fair statement!
Enjoyed a nostalgic moment when we recognised landscape scenes from Tivoli, Naples Harbour and Sicily!
Next thing you know, we bump into Peggy and Ken, our best buddies from the concert at Staatsoper. Spent a pleasant half hour chatting about this and that before we went our separate ways.
A gentle stroll through the ...
... yes you do like what they have, After breakfast.......mind the road, get back from the edge, stop fighting, stop pushing, get off your dad, stop whining, yes we will be doing something fun, its not morning tea time yet, i don't know what is for lunch, i dont know how far it is, i dont know how long it will take, mind the road, get away from the edge, james get back from the platform, keep behind the yellow line, that yellow line, no its not lunchtime ...
... time, it is so bright and vibrant. There is color everywhere-pink, yellow, pale green, blue and coral! and even a bit of what my uneducated palette would call "eastern" influence. It is exquisite! So beautiful! I am eating it up! I can't wait to see the rest of the ring when we walk it and also some musical stuff like with Strauss, Vienna's famous son.
Will keep you updated. Hope you love the pics.
ttyl The traveling tricoteuse