It's our second to last day in Vienna and time has flown by. Our days have been filled with exquisite museums, beautiful cathedrals and busy cities streets to navigate. Our nights have consisted of the Mahler chamber orchestra in the Muiskverine, the production of Barber of Seville and tonight the Szymanowski quarter. The Mahler orchestra was vibrant. They played with passion and were fu to watch. The Barber of Seville was interesting: the characters and set was quirky, but it was beautifully done, watching the singers and hearing them was definitely a one of a kind experience. I feel extremely blessed to be able to have seen the rich history of this city, and to still see two more cities before we head home.