Mercure Salzburg Central
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... was and educated, middle class, successful musician and well regarded in the community. He took his children (Wolfgang and Nannerl) throughout the courts of Europe showing off their talents and of course the child prodigy was an instant hit. The museum shows portraits of the family, letters between family members and some of the weird letters Mozart sent to his father. On display is the violin he had as a child, his clavichord, and several original scores of music. It was ...
... Luckily we still had a couple of mozartballs to snack on. Our apartment is probably the smallest we have had so far but is clean and nicely decorated. After settling in we took the tram and train downtown to look for some lederhosen and a dirndl for Oktoberfest. We soon discovered it was a holiday in Germany and everything was closed but we were still able to window shop and found a store that would meet our needs ...
... for me. The room stank of cigarettes so we changed room which was good. Dinner was provided and nice schnitzel however I was so tired, I was falling asleep. Despite this, I went down to the pool and sauna area and that was really nice, running laps and actually doing exercise was really really nice. The sauna was great, however when I came out, it looked like i had been swimming, when I hadn't been- a touch ...
... is another picturesque town – and ski resort. This was much more touristy but still pretty to see. These two towns were in Germany but all day we were oscillating between Germany and Austria. After Garmische we had a pretty drive to our hotel which is a quaint pensione/gasthof called Sauling Gast. It is just south of Fussen where the Neuchswanstein Castles are set. ...
... onion domed roof next to the castle. We couldn't go inside because it is the oldest functioning Benedictine convent in the world, but it wasn't a huge deal since nothing was actually filmed there. At the pond-I say pond because it would demean the lakes we saw later-we saw the back of a house and the horse gate. We also learned about how this house is never actually in the film. This spot is only used to shoot the pond. Whenever a character has the house behind ...