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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... had a specific mission in mind today. The first day in Salzburg I had gone on the beloved Sound of Music Tour, witnessing sites of great importance to me. However, one place I longed to see was not on the tour: Nonnberg Abbey. Nonnberg Abbey is on a hill of Salzburg, however not the easiest place to get to. Maybe it was the rain, maybe my decision to not use my map, but I missed the staircase that goes straight up to the abbey and ended up walking all the way around ...
... from St. Peter's to share. It is so big in there and so beautiful but there is just no way to capture it all. This is one of those places that you could spend hours in or visit several times and still be blown away or notice something different each time.
Today, (tuesday) we did not end up going anywhere for class, we just took a quiz and caught up on our lectures. We decided to venture north of our apartment tonight for dinner, but on the way to our restaurant we found ...
We had two options this morning. Option 1. Stay in bed and join with the others at 10.30. Option 2 was to begin the walking tour at 8.00 and then go on to the big tour. I am not prepared to miss anything so I signed up for both. So, at 8 am I was on the bus. We were dropped in the centre of Rome with a local guide call Dario. Dario's father was German, and his mother was Sicilian so there were many jokes at his own expense. His sense of humour was completely comfortable with ...
"I don't know".
They had only entered the Square because they saw so many people coming in. Paul explained that we were listening to the weekly General Audience of the Catholic Pope. Did they know who the Pope was? Er...not really, they were Protestant.
After the morning event, we walked to Campo di Fiori to check out the market and window-shopped along via Guibbonari and via Chiavari. Great shops along both ...
... tomorrow. After feeling poor from the Vatican tour we went to the supermarket grabbed some beers, rolls and a heap of different meats and made a sandwich. We ate this is the park surrounded by old people on benches gossiping away. Heading back we grabbed some more beers and went up top to the garden terrace. Now I knew where everyone was! Nobody drinks at the bar because it so expensive and everyone does BYO on the roof. It was cool we spent the night chatting to some ...