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... Ash and Lauren. We got amongst the university students at Campo S.Margherita where the Italian culture is to drink outside in the square in the freezing cold. We are not quite Italian so enjoyed some pasta and a cocktail indoors soaking up the energy and excitement from outside. Venice is also famous for its art and numerous galleries. I took my walking guides recommendation and visited two very unique and distinctly different Venetian galleries: 1. ...
... Then we walked along the river to the only Presbyterian church in the city before crossing a foot bridge to old town. We went past many Catholic Churches and down cool narrow streets and through Christmas markets two and three. We also saw where Mozart was born and got some amazing looks at the fortress. Then we went through two of the most massive Christmas markets I have ever seen. The people watching was glorious and ...
... to the public was Hellbrunn Palace built by Prince Archbishop Marcus Sittikus in the early 17th century. Note the archbishop is now a prince! He obviously had a wicked sense of humour as he had all these trick fountains constructed just using water pressure. The guide had as much fun as the archbishop in getting us all wet when we least expected it. although the wet ground gave a clue and learned to watch where you ...
... 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...
... of the bluff....we didn't know it existed until we were halfway up the hill! It is actually one of those trams that go up and down at a steep angle, but it was quite modern and smooth, with glass around and above, so the view, even in spite of the low clouds and rain, was stunning. At the bottom, we found the St. Peter's Monastery, which was interesting to explore a little bit, in spite of my lost humor. Then we headed back across the Salzach River....us and about ...