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... locals who only spoke a bit of English, but we really had a fun time. The next day was a bit rainy, but we did everything touristy - saw the sights, hit the true Austrian Beer Hall, went to Mozart's house, hit up the only Red Bull Hanger (yes - Red Bull originated in Austria - who knew), went to the Christmas shops, the Museum of Modern Art Panoramic views of the city, and walked all over town - we were whipped, but it was such a fun day!
With an early start from Munich, we boarded a train to Salzburg, Austria. Although it was drizzling, we were able to make the most of the day and explore this beautiful city. With the train station being a few miles from the heart of the city, we were able to stroll along the Salzach River and explore many of the local vendors along the river.
The walkway along the river brought us directly to the Old Town (Alstadt). The main street (Getreidgasse) held many different shops ...
... a tip but forgot our back pack which holds our clothes and camera, etc. We stopped at an outdoor market, bought some meat and cheese...Glenn didn't realize he forgot the backpack until we were walking through the gardens on our way back to the hotel.
Supper-ing on our newly bought meat and cheese...soon to find out that we went way over board in ...
... amazing for the music that was being played by the organist, just had the feel of being steeped in so much history and was just so beautiful inside.
But ultimately the main reason we were in Salzburg was for the evening plans. Being the 29th September, my mother’s birthday, we thought what better way to celebrate her love of classical music than by going to a Mozart Dinner concert which happens to be at the ...
... We thought it was strange since there was no one was around, but then we actually got to the top of the hill and saw lots and lots of white tents. We walked past some of the tents and started seeing lots of people all dressed up in Renaissance Clothing. Apparently THAT'S where everyone was! By complete accident, we chose to come to the castle on the weekend when they are having Burgfest, which is a Renaissance Festival that takes place on ...