Art Hotel Blaue Gans
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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 ...
... I guess it's meant to be), and some of the old musical instruments that were more pleasant to see.
On our way back to the train station we had a look at the house were Mozart was born (not were he lived) not sure if you could go inside unfortunately we were running short of time, to complete the setting there was a musical instrument shop next door.
So glad we had the opportunity to see this lovely city....oh but we didn't hear any singing in the ...
... river and crossed over to the other side. The kids were looking at all the love locks on the bridge and wondered how many of those relationships had since broken up?
We walked for a while & then headed back into the Old Town. The sun was getting lower in the sky & lit the buildings beautifully.
We walked through the markets (never get tired of it- well not yet anyway). We bought some Christmas decorations & picked out & paid ...
... the shower hose.
With our hands red and sore from wringing the clothes dry, Greg sat in front of the machine and held the door closed so that it would spin our clothes dryer than what we ever could. Then from then, there were heaters in every room. The apartment felt like a sauna as we draped the clothes over them and hung them from cupboards and chairs and the clothes horse that we found out on the balcony.
Once showered, the girls snuggled on the ...
... of the back side of the villa. The trick fountains were featured in the movie as well.
Anyway, Cheryl and I easily found Schloss Hellburn and parked in the third parking lot (as directed by the book) walked through the gate into the large park open to the public and to our immediate right …. the gazebo. Cheryl took full advantage of the fact we were the only ones there to see the gazebo by reenacting the leaping scenes filmed in the gazebo. The only ...