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... it's teeming with foreigners. Watch out for the overpriced very bad Italian food and lookout for the tiny restaurants and stand up coffee bars for a reasonably priced authentic Italian experience. I enjoyed a free walking tour on my first day in this city and found a few gems when it comes to food: 1. Buy your espresso to go or stand up. Sitting down will cost you am additional 3 euro. 2. Avoid buying anything in San Marco square. A coffee at the ...
... played an old ring toss game before deciding to move on.
Since we had been exploring for a while, we decided to grab lunch at a local restaurant with Italian influences. I tried the seafood and garlic panzerrotto which was easily one of my favorite meals during my trip.
After a hearty lunch, we decided to take advantage of our Salzburg Cards and went beer tasting at the Stiegl-Brauwelt. My favorite beer was a grapefruit infused beer, which was sweet and light. We ...
Toured Mozart's residence which was another free entry with the Salzburg Card.
Marlene and I went shopping, and saw a Xmas store with multi, multi dozens of decorated eggs...crazy. And the guys went to the catacombs.
€37 for a bus tour through lakes and mountains to the Sound of Music locations.
At the end of the tour Glenn got up ...
... to find some cool tunes like Hubert von Goisern’s awesome Kokain Blues and, as the night wore on and we drained our beers, the finer points of Falco emerged; you probably remember him from Rock me Amadeus but listening to his 1985 song Jeanny and having Kathi translate it, you can see how Falco was more than a decade ahead of Eminem in some of his themes and techniques.
The next day we headed for the beautiful spa town of Bad Ischl, ...
... etc. First time ever someone has cleaned our room, besides being in a hotel. Actually, I don't think that's normal in a B&B either.
That day we went to Hallstatt. A famously beautiful town on the water. We went to the Beinhaus - Bone House. It was a little building behind the main church. There is a small graveyard, and because of the size they have been digging up bodies since 1600. They let the body stay in the ground for about 20 years, then get ...