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... Casanova used to frequent could set you back 10 euro 3. Look hard for small Italian bars that have no English. I found two places with the best food. Just choose from the selection of entrée sized samples at the bar - deep fried squid, anchovy and blue cheese bruschetta, salmon backed with eggplant...the list goes on I didn't venture too far out for the nightlife in Venice but what I did do was enjoy a few nights with some fellow lovely ...
... by 3pm on Christmas Eve in Europe (everyone celebrates on
Christmas Eve, rather than Christmas Day) we returned back to our hotel (NH
Salzburg City- a really nice hotel within 5-10minutes walk of the Gardens and
Old Town) for a rest, before going out to our Christmas Eve dinner.
Our dinner was at the Hotel Elefant and included a four
course meal that was delicious. We each had a glass of Gluhwein with dinner.
The courses were:
... they don't have any friends or so the people will feel sorry for the dog." She sees a guy sitting on the ground and wants some change to give him. Not the humanitarian she is, I argue against it but she insists, saying he's blind. I fumble for €1 but she grabs €2 and hands it to him. I asked her what he said and she said, "He looked at the coin, then he looked up at me and thanked me". "So he's not blind?" to which she replied, "No, there's ...
... br> Once we excited the Autobaun, we had a little bit of difficulty finding the church. We could see the spires and all, but Garmin kept trying to direct me down an alley … or at least I thought it was an alley. Turns out it was actually a road and perhaps the narrowest road I had personally driven on …. although I have been on slighly narrower road with others driving. Anyway, once I drove down the alley, took a left up a cobblestone road, St. Michael's ...
... the church was spectacular - every walkway was framed with beautiful and fragrant flowers and intricate signs. The church catacombs offered a fun break from the beauty as we climbed through narrow passageways and old staircases.
Perched atop Monchsberg Mountain, the Hohensalzburg Fortress loomed over the entire city. A quick funicular ride to the top of the mountain allowed for easy access inside the fortress walls. We explored the Marionette Museum, explored the old ...