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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... sights. We took the bus to the center of town and walked down Getreidegasse Street - the main drag. We went to Mozart's birthplace which was full of historical information. We then took a Starbucks/pretzel break. Next was the Salzburg Panorama and Museum. We walked around Mozartplatz, Residenzplatz & Kapitelplatz (squares) seeing all the historical buildings and cathedral. We took the Funicular up to Hohensalzburg Fortress where ...
... one! The last thing I remember is dancing (or trying to) by myself on a table with Lo giving me a slightly amused yet disapproving look. I wasn't the only one mind you, but we were due to get up at 6 am to be able to catch our bus so Lo finally dragged me out of there. It would have been great to have a couple more days here, but we do get to come back through Munich in a couple of weeks for a night, so will manage to get another small taste. Good night all Brendan and Lauren ...
Having bought a BahnCard 50 (50% off all tickets in Germany) and living in the transportation hub of Germany in Frankfurt, it was only natural that I take advantage the weekend and visit Bayern (I still don't know how English got Bavaria from Bayern). It was time to get Oktoberfest going just a couple months early!
Thankfully there are other interns from Stanford who work in Munich and I was able to stay at Sunny's place, and ...
... around town and saw some historical sites. We also got to see some locals surfing on a fast running stream. The tour guide was hilarious and the bikes were old school bikes when you had to back pedal to break! After that we went to the hopfgarten beer house for some real German food and a couple one litre steins of beer! Needs less to say the walk back to the bus was a fun ...
... seconds) the train started back up. Relief swept through me and I realized once again that panicking is rarely worth it. I think to panic is best saved for when life is truly in danger. I got off at the next platform and diligently read the sign for the next train. I think I realized what I missed before. Although if I had understood German I would have understood I needed to get off the train before I got trapped. I was so happy to come above ground! This is the beauty of ...