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... wonderful. http://www2.salzburg.info/ They sent a great info packet including a mini CD, maps, hotels & general info. I then used Trip Advisor to check out hotels and read the Salzburg forum. This was also tremendously helpful and it seems as if all the Brits love Salzburg. They provided a lot of info.
It was somewhat confusing to us as the city is on both sides of the river and both sides have ...
... to my slightly OCD sensibilities, a bear and a longhorn. Why couldn't they put a pair of animals in the last corner?! Grr!
We had our photos taken with the Rocky statue, and then Laura 'ran' up the steps. In fact, she walked up the steps with great big swinging motions of her legs, so that on the photos I was taking, it would look like she was running. She wasn't fooling anyone! There were loads of people actually running up it though, and half of ...
... to visit the infamous Rocky steps outside the Philadelphia Museum of Art - a movie of which Gavin was a big fan. It was really quite funny seeing various people run up the steps in slow motion and pose like Rocky at the top. Of course, we followed the crowd and ensured we got the same snaps too! There was also a statue of Rocky III outside the Museum.
... had to do was pick up the tickets and we had our tour at 4pm. Our hotel was literally across and down the road 80m from Independence Hall. While were were walking around I was trying to identify the different buildings and locations that were in the National Treasure movie with Nicholas Cage. Oh and we saw the steps that Rocky ran up in the first Rocky movie, but that was as we were leaving later. There was so much history in ...
... and she showed us to the Poe house. The house itself was a little boring. The National Park service had gone to a massive effort to maintain and put up displays in this house which Poe actually lived in for a very short time. But it was the beginning of a day full of history.
We next headed into the town centre, to Independence Park; an L-shaped set of parks and historic monuments which all played a key part in the beginning of America. I never realised until ...
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