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... in San Marco square. This place was a true gem. Behind the palace walls was room upon room of the most decadent artwork covering the walls and ceilings. It is also home to the largest piece of artwork in the world. This museum was much more than a palace - it included a rich history of Venice's politics and the royal family and included access to the old prison cells and weapons used in war. This city has a colourful history and through my walking ...
... and organised, I really am growing up aren't I. I know quite a lot of you reading this will think 'Well ...Isn't that normal, to be organised by printing out itinerary or by having an idea of where you might be going etc?'. Ummm NO, not if your like me or most travellers I know.
I don't mind figuring everything out on the ...
... around 11am. I was pleasantly surprised at what a beautiful day it was outside. Sun was up, gorgeous blue sky, and it felt like spring was in the air (even though it's autumn here). Dragging our luggage to YoHo hostel, we placed our belongings in our room and went out to find a quick bite to eat before doing an afternoon tour.
Despite all the open space and wide roads, I noticed that the streets were so quite as I walked along them. There was hardly any people out ...
... in search of Bosna Grill. It supposedly was home to the best curry sausages in Salzburg.
We found the little hole in the wall (literally), stood in line, ordered the sausages and in less than 10 minutes we were chowing. Oh my goodness. Literally! We were given a fresh roll filled with two sausages, curry powder sprinkled VERY liberally on the sausages, and mustard (Cheryl had onions and ketchup). We both agreed it was absolutely delicious.
At just before 2:00 we showed ...
... 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 ...