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First Trip to Austria, so we had to go twice in one week! What we noticed: extremely beautiful landscape - still a part of the alps, so snow and beautiful mountain streams everywhere, everything is cheaper than Switzerland, people actually wear Dirndls (think female lederhosen dresses), the food is much better, and you can smoke everywhere - yucky!
St. Anton am Arlberg, Austria
We had Wednesday off of school, since we don't take ...
... with detailed street signs over every entrance. Mozart's birthplace happened to be in the center of the street - the tall yellow house cannot be missed. After purchasing a few Mozartkugel (made of Marzipan, nougat, and dark chocolate), we pressed on towards Mozartplatz. Here, the streets opened up and offered amazing views of the New Residenz and Glockenspiel, Old Residenz, and the Salzburg Cathedral.
From there, we pressed on to St. Peter's Church. The ...
Toured Mozart's residence which was another free entry with the Salzburg Card.
Marlene and I went shopping, and saw a Xmas store with multi, multi dozens of decorated eggs...crazy. And the guys went to the catacombs.
€37 for a bus tour through lakes and mountains to the Sound of Music locations.
At the end of the tour Glenn got up ...
... in Europe. First opened in 803 AD, St Peter Stiftskeller has been in business for basically the last 1200 years. Pretty impressive in my book. It is said that figures such as Charlemagne even dined there (who’s that you say? Do what we did…google it, get wiki, and there’s your answer…made us nod in approval that we were following in esteemed footsteps).
The side story to this was the need to ...
... of the castle. The entire grounds of the castle were taken up by tents, stages, shops, and people for the festival. When we got there people were still arriving, and music and entertainment wasn't set to start until about 11:30. We decided to walk around and enjoy the festivities. It was neat that they could have a festival like this at an actual castle.
It was very similar to Renaissance Festivals in the US (or at least the one in ...