Suite'Hotel am Kahlenberg
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... who ruled Salzburg in the past. The Collegiate Church is an elaborate Baroque (a style of European architecture of the 17th & 18th centuries) Church. The Salzburger Dom -Salzburg Cathedral is another magnificent Baroque Church with the highlight being the dome which is 71 meters high.
The world's greatest musician Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in Salzburg in 1756. In 1842 a monument was erected to him in what is known today as Mozart Square. We ...
One small detail omitted from yesterday's blog was the visit to Demels. This is a quite famous coffee/cafe establishment of the toffee nosed variety. We plebs had to take a nosy in to see 'wot wos wot' like, and came shoulder to shoulder with like minded sticky beaks. We went upstairs and downstairs, around ropes, behind counters, talked to the staff just trying to get some service and were unceremoniously (of the German abrupt kind ...
... a couple of ways; near the river with green grass on the edges and motor bikes everywhere (even on footpaths). Unfortunately the word bland comes to mind when describing parts of Italy; the food didn't have a lot of taste, lack of colour in the buildings, no flowers in windows, even the people didn't seem to have much life to them (except Selene and the hostess at the Venice hotel). Even the countryside we travelled through was bland (until we neared Austria) ...
... locals visit, and are right by the canal. I followed it back to the hostel (hostel is on the lake, kind of) and actually stopped at one point to tan on the grass to get rid of my farmer's tan, mainly on my left side for some reason.
Once checked in again and in my new room, met 2 of my roommates. Another Brazilian and a Finnish girl. She told me that all the people in this room (and the whole hostel actually) are taking part in a ...
... normal breakfast dishes but the sweets were definitely a fav with everyone in the dinning room.
The weather was perfect for a morning sightseeing, sunny with a crisp feel in the air. When discussing weather later on, Andrea (tour guide) mentioned that winter had been relatively mild and that two years ago Prague had experienced -20 degs!!! Eeeek........Prague's roads are built around a one way system. Which must be very frustrating for drivers. It took us 10mins ...