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... on Friday, so we took the train at 10am to Munich, Germany and then to Salzburg. When we got to the city, we headed to the "Old Town" area, which is full of adorable shops and restaurants. As we entered, we noticed there was a festival going on - a bunch of bands from Germany, Switzerland, and Austria were playing around different areas of the town wearing crazy eccentric face paint and masks and elaborate costumes. The festival music was said ...
... played an old ring toss game before deciding to move on.
Since we had been exploring for a while, we decided to grab lunch at a local restaurant with Italian influences. I tried the seafood and garlic panzerrotto which was easily one of my favorite meals during my trip.
After a hearty lunch, we decided to take advantage of our Salzburg Cards and went beer tasting at the Stiegl-Brauwelt. My favorite beer was a grapefruit infused beer, which was sweet and light. We ...
... a tip but forgot our back pack which holds our clothes and camera, etc. We stopped at an outdoor market, bought some meat and cheese...Glenn didn't realize he forgot the backpack until we were walking through the gardens on our way back to the hotel.
Supper-ing on our newly bought meat and cheese...soon to find out that we went way over board in ...
... you can speak German in front of German speaking people. It's embarrassing. Like me.
7. Do something ridiculous, like climb a tree or toboganning. It makes the experience that much better!
Thats all I got. I even struggled coming up with those seven things. I think that's what they call "writer's block". So I suppose I should go before I come up with something even more lame than what I've already written.
Love and hugs, etc
... Peety has been there several times in the past few years, but I've never been there.
We parked by the river in Burghausen on the other side of the castle. When we got there, it was raining a little bit (as it has been for the past 2 weeks), so we took umbrellas with us. We walked on a nice walking path along the river for a while, before crossing a very narrow bridge that is for cars (going both ways) and people. It was a ...