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... learnt about the hangings or entertainment for the Venetians that happened in San Marco square and the final redemption test which included an impossible task of balancing around one of the columns on the palace building. The beautiful churches of Rome and Florence continued in Venice - it also made getting lost never dull. There were tiny beautiful churches tucked away around every corner and some larger more glamorous structures. These ...
... a free souvenir magnet after our tasting!
On our way back to the train station, we stopped by Mirabell Palace and gardens. The gardens were intricately detailed with patterns among the florals. I enjoyed admiring the statues that lined the garden and picturing scenes from the Sound of Music, which had certain scenes filmed here. We boarded the train back to Munich to ensure we arrived with plenty of time to grab a bite to eat and board our sleeper train for our next stop...
... 8217;s Nest. This desire was heightened for me when I read a book called "Wine and War". It was all about how in Hitler’s conquest for world domination, he was dead set on stealing all of France’s wine and champagne (as well as so much more). For me, my love of wine made this a perfect book and a great introduction to France and its many wines and wine regions. I though about purchasing a ticket ...
... in need of some help so we called it a day and were on our way.
Next day everyone woke up surprising fresh faced (except Ian) and we went out with the intention of going to do a walking tour. The place the internet told us to meet no longer existed, so we went for a self-led walk down the river and up to the fortress. It was pretty good, and pretty cool inside the grounds. There were a few museums inside which was ok but because we were tired we manoeuvred our way ...
Our adventure for the weekend was a trip to Salzburg to see if the hills really were alive, and to frolic amongst them in the case that they were. We had kindly been invited by a local student, Verena, who lives in a small town on the outskirts of Salzburg, called Seekirchen, to go stay with her family.
On Friday morning Katie, Jen and myself rose early and boarded our train to Salzburg which took about three hours. ...