Last day on MS Treasures and finishing up our training for the day. We’ll celebrate in the evening at a Gala dinner once we arrive into Vienna.
Meanwhile, we’ll just float along and keep our eye out for more swans, birds, fish and all the things which keep one busy when relaxing and having a wonderful time – basically not doing much right now …
You can even keep connected while you’re busy wondering when’s the next delectable dish is going to be placed before you.
I will never say ‘no’ to anything which is accompanied by ice cream.
Gym is starting to look very much like a place I need to go to whilst onboard. However, we’ll be walking around Vienna soon enough, so that’s a start.
If there was one past time in my life I enjoyed the most, it was definitely horse riding and one of the best forms of exercise you could dream of. We’ve been transferred into Vienna by coach and a quick walk around reveals how close the Spanish Riding School is within the city itself. Here’s one of the stallions and he’s obviously used to all of the attention. More of that later …
The elegant Palais Pallavicini sets the scene for our graduation ceremony during the evening.
Stunningly beautiful décor and delightful staff greet us, and upon arrival a glass of bubbly is welcomed by all.
A private performance is given to our group and feeling quite thrilled about the display of superb singing, dancing and musician’s arrangement.
With Deb and Lyn to celebrate – very happy to be part of the Tauck Academy for Travel Agents.
A well-deserved reward with new insights about Tauck and its products. Contact me for any further information about their destinations of which they travel to – any tours, small ship cruising and family adventures.
Tauck is well renown in the industry and take great pride in their ninety-year history, especially in view it’s a family-owned and run business who enlist the best guides and services they can possibly source worldwide.
And, just like any blue movie, the fun continues onboard with our colleagues and a lot of laughs when the staff join in too. Miss the boat and the gang … Until next cruise!