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... dei S. Giovannie Paolo which has now been converted into a working hospital - I thought this was pretty amazing - Santa Maria dei Maracoli which is a lovely church made of marble - S.Giorgio Maggiore located on it's own island with the most amazing lookout of the city from the bell tower (this was a highlight not to be missed and gives a better view than San Marco) - San Marco at the main square. Beautiful, large and very gold. Another ...
Tues 13th Jan - Salzburg is only 1.5 hours by train from Munich, so it was perferct for another day trip.
Salzburg means "salt castle" which came from the barges that carried salt along the Salzach river having to pay a toll to pass through. As far back as the 14th century the city has had many times of change going from being ruled by Bavaria to Austria-Hungarian. After WWI it became part of the new German Austria in 1918, then in 1919 after the treaty ...
Let it snow. Let it snow.
We woke to a blanket of white this morning.
We were all excited to look out the windows & see the snow falling.
The kids start singing to each other "do you want to build a snowman?"
Clint headed out to get supplies. He was gone a while and when he returned he had yogurt from McDonald's. He walked all over trying to find somewhere that was open on Boxing Day.
We can always rely on Maccas.
We were all ready to go ...
... the luggage, I had found a supermarket and went grocery shopping for fruit, yogurt, muesli bars and water for our car trip from Munich to Salzburg.
This shouldn't be too hard. We were use to driving on the right/wrong side of the road as well as traffic that travels at 70-80mph (130kph). And we got right into the thick of it. But even then Greg wanted me to video the cars that were "flying" past us at great speeds. However, I couldn't get the phone to record ...
... we walked over the Markt Bridge to the other side and that was lovely too especially the Mirabell Residenz and magnificent gardens – most enjoyable looking around here. Then back to the festival and in the midst of all the locals we had wurst, potatoes and saukraut which actually was all very tasty. The beer and apelsaft was also nice. Tried to have a conversation with Alexander, which was good but bit noisy to hear him.
Then we went back to the Information office ...