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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... eventually. The tour of the castle takes us round the State rooms and Ludwig's private rooms. The decor is based as a copy of Versailles lots of marble, gilt and gold. There is a bedroom that is a copy of Louis' room where he held levees and couchees and was an important meeting place for the court. Ludwig's however was never used for other people just for him, he turned into a nocturnal ...
... The Archbishop had a surprise awaiting his guests as they dined al fresco. His seat of course, stayed dry. One of the most impressive was a golden conical shaped crown shot up into the air by one jet of water. It even hit the ceiling of the grotto. How to poke fun at your guests. Have a look at the goblin. The kids thought it was hilarious. So did the adults. Inset into the banks of a small stream were small moving ...
I am back in Europe again. I flew into Munich on the 10th, and spent a week in Austria with Tamara and the family. It was a great week and I really enjoyed Austria. I have never seen a place that was so beautiful. I loved all the mountains and how there were plenty of things to do outdoors. We ...
... Sound of Music. Mental note, must watch that movie when I'm back home! We were given free time after that where Kate and I bought a pretzel each and sat behind Mozart's house to eat lunch. Not bad! Kate's pretzel was yum, mine was questionable. I've got to start ordering what she does, it's usually more tasty than mine! Later on we continued to Vienna, capital city of Austria. Because we were staying at the airport, Globus ended up including ...
... he would speak into a little attached microphone in the van, leaving just one hand on the wheel (in my opinion it wasn't the greatest, or safest design!).
On the way to Salzurg we made several stops, the most interesting of which were the lakes district of Austria, and St. Gilgen, a small Austrian village about 25 minutes from Salzburg city, where Mozart's mother lived. He also pointed out several locations along the way where parts of the famous movie, ...