Art Hotel Blaue Gans
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... waiting there that we were to take the bus to Jesenice that was arriving soon. So off we went to the bus stop and sure enough, one showed up 10 minutes later. We crammed onto the full train and found ourselves in a compartment with three others: a young Canadian couple and a man who said he was from "everywhere". Turns out that was true: born in Serbia, lived in Croatia, escaped to Germany to avoid the war etc. The couple: one was from Nova Scotia, the other from ...
... different outfits. There was a midway, lots of tents selling brautwurst, nutella crepes and spiced nuts, and massive beer tents. This is where Oktoberfest might win as while Calgary has one massive beer tent Munich has 14 plus many smaller beer tents! We decided not to attempt entering a beer tent that evening as I felt we were not appropriately garbed. So we headed home and slipped into slumber dreaming of our epic outfit ...
... song. First, we were taken across the river with beautiful views of the old town, old cathedrals and the fortress atop a mountain. Post a few selfies we visited to the concert hall featured in the movie and then headed to a square for a refreshment break as the remaining part of our bike tour was going to be outside of town. We stopped at a fresh pretzel stand that had many options including savoury pretzels like bacon and cheddar ...
Woke up today, not feeling the best, due to the incredibly pathetic pillow, leading to poor sleep.
We did a walking tour of Salzburg, before having much free time to wander the town. It was beautiful, very much dedicated to Mozart. We saw a few Sound of Music sights, including the stairs and the pond they run around. The Salzburg markets were on and very traditional. All in all very pleasant ...
... Residenz was the former royal palace of the House of Wittlesbach. The complex of grand residential buildings, stables, church, barracks, courtyards, gardens, theatre and eventually antiquarium (museum) was the result of continuous expansion over the generations. The rulers also felt the need to protect themselves from both the rebellious city dwellers and their warlike relatives.