Vier Jahreszeiten Hotel
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... quietly pointed us out of the path of cleverly hidden water spouts. Others in our group were not so lucky! Also on the palace grounds is another famous Sound of Music icon - the pavilion where Rolf and Lisel sing "16 going on 17".
We headed straight to the airport after that & flew to Berlin. We figured out the S-Bahn system - it is very easy to use. It was dark out, so we took a stroll down Unter den Linden street - a ...
We had to save room for Salzburg's best restaurant, the 1-Michelin starred Ikarus. Located in Hangar-7 at the airport, it is a very modern & unique setting. Each month a different top chef from around the world takes the reigns and for October Chefs Jesper Kirketerp and Rasmussen from Radio restaurant in Copenhagen were cooking up a delicious 10 course feast. We arrived 20 minutes early, so the ...
Driving from Munich to Salzburg gave us a "taste" of the beauty that awaits us in Bavaria and Switzerland, as we passed numerous small towns nestled in the rolling hills of the lower Tyrolean Alps. Oh, did I say "taste"? Maybe that was a psychological slip, because really Salzburg has been one wonderful gastronomic "taste" after another, as the pictures show.
Arriving here Tuesday afternoon, we unpacked at our charming pension, and ...
... nice seeing Axel and I will from now on remember him for introducing me to Radler beer, or cyclist's beer. The beer is light because it is mixed with citrus juice. The one he ordered for me was Grapefruit flavored and I really liked it.
After that, I was hooked. Had I tried a regular radler maybe I wouldn't have taken to it as much but that Grapefruit one got me hooked and I have been ordering Radlers instead of soda or water since. Anyway, the ...
... stay in the hotel and calm myself with a few phone calls to home while Matt got himself sorted. Before we left home we had booked the cheapest car we could find and it didn't include a GPS. We thought that we would be fine with a few maps to figure it all out. We even bought a big road book of Europe to cover ourselves. Once we were in the country though we changed our mind. Even though Matt was pretty good with his directions we figured it would be so much more convenient ...