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... in San Marco square. This place was a true gem. Behind the palace walls was room upon room of the most decadent artwork covering the walls and ceilings. It is also home to the largest piece of artwork in the world. This museum was much more than a palace - it included a rich history of Venice's politics and the royal family and included access to the old prison cells and weapons used in war. This city has a colourful history and through my walking ...
... It started in 803 and has been built into the rock that fortifies the town).
The Bells were chiming as we walked across the plaza. I will never get bored of them.
We were seated at a table in one of the cave rooms. It was lovely. All of the rooms are decorated for Christmas. Some are elegant, some rustic, some have a cosy feel. Ours was cosy.
The meal was 'melt in your mouth' delicious. The desserts - ...
... walnut paneling, and a little flower-covered patio that spills out into Old Town. It's been here since the 18th century, and was one of Mozart's favorite hangouts. We snagged a prime table on the patio and indulged in strawberry cream cake and mulled wine. I honestly don't think the view, the weather, or the cakes could have been any sweeter.
We were nearing our departure time, so we managed to squeeze in one last sight- the nunnery where Maria Von ...
... play THE SONG … so at some point we will have to dub in “The Hills are Alive” … but that could wait until we got home.
We finally jumped back in the car, drove the wrong way down the road, got slightly lost trying to get back on the main road and finally, finally made it back to Europe Car with 5 minutes to spare before the 6:00 p.m.closing time. We jumped in a cab, got back to the hotel and fell asleep. The Sound of Music Tour was done and I was done too!
... the church was spectacular - every walkway was framed with beautiful and fragrant flowers and intricate signs. The church catacombs offered a fun break from the beauty as we climbed through narrow passageways and old staircases.
Perched atop Monchsberg Mountain, the Hohensalzburg Fortress loomed over the entire city. A quick funicular ride to the top of the mountain allowed for easy access inside the fortress walls. We explored the Marionette Museum, explored the old ...