Mercure Salzburg Central
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... it's teeming with foreigners. Watch out for the overpriced very bad Italian food and lookout for the tiny restaurants and stand up coffee bars for a reasonably priced authentic Italian experience. I enjoyed a free walking tour on my first day in this city and found a few gems when it comes to food: 1. Buy your espresso to go or stand up. Sitting down will cost you am additional 3 euro. 2. Avoid buying anything in San Marco square. A coffee at the ...
... and knocks on the desk. They also do this at the end of class just as a way to thank the teacher and wrap things up. It startled me at first but I quickly joined in! After class, Lori took me to the Olympic park and to an abandoned S-Bahn station (us Schiesl girls love abandoned places). We climbed a big hill so that I could get a great view of Munich. There are not any skyscrapers; it is pretty flat land but seeing the city from above was fantastic. We ...
... coaching and encouragement and explaining of flavours by those around them. This isn't just for obscure food like escargot- even the most benign looking and plain tasting pastas and broths and soups are rejected without a single taste because of reasons I'll never understand. I'm so glad I'm not that narrow minded! You really do miss out if you put blinkers on like that and refuse to experience things properly or even just give it a little try. I had a great ...
... played an old ring toss game before deciding to move on.
Since we had been exploring for a while, we decided to grab lunch at a local restaurant with Italian influences. I tried the seafood and garlic panzerrotto which was easily one of my favorite meals during my trip.
After a hearty lunch, we decided to take advantage of our Salzburg Cards and went beer tasting at the Stiegl-Brauwelt. My favorite beer was a grapefruit infused beer, which was sweet and light. We ...
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 ...