FC: Vienna Studies | 2003 | LONDON VIENNA MELK ROME VENICE FLORENCE PISA SALZBURG FUSSEN PARIS
4: The first time Michael went to the British Museum, it was the only day it had ever closed. This time, Michael got to see the Lewis Chessmen and was delighted.
6: a | good old 43
7: Haus Neuwaldegg
8: The view from Stephansdom | seeing the city from above
9: Although I am afraid of going down stairs, we climbed to the top of the dome. And hey, I made it down.
11: When we went to Rome, some of the people did not want to go to the Forum, so we just skipped right through it. Despite the heat, we enjoyed all the scenery. Especially at night, when we got out and enjoyed the city on our own. | While in Rome...
12: Salzburg | Although Michael and I took separate trips to Salzburg, we met up in the courtyard where Michael was playing chess with an Austrian gentleman. We spent a lovely evening wandering the hills around Salzburg.
13: Michael's favorite part of Salzburg.
17: During our stay in Florence, Tasha, Jaime, Chris and I took a short day trip to Pisa.
19: Castle Hunting
20: Our favorite eis salon in Vienna was Tichy Eis. Nothing can compare to the erdbeer.
21: Tichy Eis Salon
24: Vienna Studies 2003 | Hadley and Parker LaMascus, Chris Strande, Hal Gatewood, Jonathan Lemos, Jamie Waggoner, Michael Crill, Drew Hopkins, Katie Myer, Scott LaMascus, Tiffany Diller, Melanie Dockins, Jennifer Scott, LaTasha Evans, Chelsea Erpelding, Christy Walker, and Alice Lamascus.
25: Although we had some major conflict issues in the group, by the end we all found the smaller group with whom we liked to travel. Our little group was nicknamed "The Fabulous Five".