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We arrived in Salzburg and went to check out the town. Salzburg's downtown is pretty small, so it was quick to walk everywhere (and we didn't get lost! - too much). We went to the Residenz - the Archbishop's Palace and saw decorated rooms from the 18th and 19th century. There was also an art gallery with an exhibition about the Alps (they had a map …
Traveled around city and LOVED it. Music played everywhere. Saw Church with Crypts. Town square had LARGE chess table. Left hostel in rain/thunder storm to call Teresa one night. Went on "Sound of Music Tour", and got duped into buying overpriced strudel. Ate at a Turkish restaurant. Went to local grocery store. Left early in the morning.
Day two in Salzburg started off bright and sunny, much unlike the forecast for rain. I had until 10 in the morning until my 24 hour Salzburg card was due to expire. So I decided to make the most of it. I caught the early bus headed out of Salzburg to nearby Hellbrun. The first part of my exploration at Hellbrun, included the tour of the trick …
Dear Friends and Family, Easy day today. Didn't go out till almost Noon and back by about 6:00. However, we still did lots of things. Our first stop was to see The Danube!! It wasn't blue today but it was still exciting to see it On our way back to the Underground, we met a lovely lady named Renatta who offered to show us "Sisi's" Church. Small in size compared to some of the others, but pretty. She was so kind. Next, we went to the Natsch Market. Fun and glad we saw ...
... The entire evening was Spectacular! As we sat there, Steve turned to me and said "not bad for a boy from 'sLiberty and a girl from Lincoln Place,huh?" (Those are the neighborhoods we grew up in Pittsburgh.)
Finally, after such "grandeur", on our way back to our Pension, just for our dear friends, the Lanes and the Robinsons, we found one more reason for you to visit Vienna. A Wiener World!!
Love, Steve and ...
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This place is very clean, quiet and a good deal if you are looking for a central location for a very reasonable price. We had our own room with a bathroom. There is a kitchen (2 burners - no oven - sink , fridge and microwave) on each floor and dishes, pots etc can be requested from the staff. The front desk staff are very friendly and helpful.
I wouldn't recommend it for people who are travelling alone or are looking to meet other travelers. It's pretty big and a bit institutional. It is a university residence during the school year. It's also beside a church with a large bell that chimes every 15 minutes starting at 7 AM - so not for those who love to sleep in either.
The included breakfast is pretty basic - buns, tea or coffee, juice, jam and packaged turkey spread.
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