Above: Vienna Heroes' Square and Imperial Palace
Above: House were Mozart lived when he wrote "Marriage
Below: Vienna Opera House
Above: St. Stephen's Cathedral
Below: Vienna City Hall, site of Kathy's Conference Gala Awards Banquet (and I had to
wear my tux).
Above and Below: Closer views of the Vienna City Hall
Above: Another reminder from Francis to Kathy: "36
days, 6 hours and 24 minutes" . . . . .
Below: Kathy and her bag handler attending a reception
on a hilltop overlooking Vienna.
Above: Vienna Hofeberg Theater
Below: Kunst History Museum,
great collection, well worth seeing.
Above: Kunst Museum Dome
Below: Inside Kunst Dome
Below: During our stay in Vienna, I took a one day
side trip to Budapest, Hungary. Below is a picture of the bridge across the Danube River that connects the two former
cities of Buda and Pest. This bridge was an engineering marvel at the time of its completion in 1849, the wide span
was needed because of all the ice floating down river duing the spring thaw.
Above and Below: Views of the Parliament Building in
Budapest, a city of many very beautiful buildings.
Above and Below: Views of outside and inside the very impressive
St. Stephen's Basilica.
Above and Below: Street views in the Matthias Church area
Above and Below: Views of the very ornate Matthias Church.
Below: Picture taken at the Budapest Hero's Square of
my two traveling companions in and around Budapest. These two ladies are from Brazil and helped make my visit to Budapest