- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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. ...
... 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 ...
... was lovely, as we headed out on our last waterbus ride. We loved the way the locals walked around with their dogs in the evening. The European way of life is good.
Our bus and train journey here to Salzburg was easy and we found our hotel without too much trouble - always a concern when you arrive in a new place. We worry about public transport, probably due to the poor public transport at home, but our worries are groundless as here it is so easy. ...
... full of walking streets which makes navigation easier and feels a lot safer. We walked past the house where Mozart was born on the 27th January 1756, and a collection of his personal artefacts and instruments are held at a museum there. The town also has chocolate sweets named Mozart balls which are chocolate covered balls of marzipan and are sold everywhere!!!
Next stop was Salzburg Dom Cathedral which is a 17th century Baroque Cathedral, burn ...
... happened. There were two buildings they used for the house. One for the back, and one for the front. I also saw the gazebo used for "I am 16 going on 17" but we couldn't go inside :(. We sang songs on the bus too! It was pretty cool to see all the places and be able to learn more about Salzburg. Also had apple strudel and it was soooo good!!
After that, I met up with my couchsurfer. To save money, I couchsurfed during most of my trip. If you don't know ...