Vienna is known for famous composers, and there are many ways to pay tribute to them. One way is to visit the two cemeteries where you can find most of them buried.
Zentralfriedhof, or Central Cemetery, hosts more than 2 million graves, including those of Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms, and Strauss. There is a memorial to Mozart, which is misleading, but puts the thought of him in good company.
Having just marked Thanksgiving the day before, I started to think about all the people, dead and alive, for whom I was thankful. I left the cemetery with mixed emotions, yet a realization of how blessed I am for the people in my life.