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... Ash and Lauren. We got amongst the university students at Campo S.Margherita where the Italian culture is to drink outside in the square in the freezing cold. We are not quite Italian so enjoyed some pasta and a cocktail indoors soaking up the energy and excitement from outside. Venice is also famous for its art and numerous galleries. I took my walking guides recommendation and visited two very unique and distinctly different Venetian galleries: 1. ...
... Christmas town! The train ride was far but quick and I slept for most of it. Lori and I got turned around a bit when coming out of the train station but the Christkindlmarket was just right across the street, tucked behind a cobble stone street lined with little shops. We spent the day smelling all the delicious aroma’s from food in the air and trying to decide what stand we wanted to buy mulled wine from. This was my last full day with Lori so we ...
Our first day on the road! Packed our bags for the first time & headed for Salzburg. Orientation tour with Gabi... She was very informative and had a great personality. Visited scenes from the Sound of Music, Mozart's birthplace. Cindy & I separated and I went exploring the fortress on the hill to get some photos of Salzburg. Our trip to Innsbruck was very scenic...travelling through a ...
... sort of festival in all the main squares. One was full of rides and another had a huge Stiegl beer tent. I was surprised at how beautiful the churches were, because the pictures I have don't do them justice.
The one new thing we did was go to a Furst chocolate shop. One of the main reasons we even wanted to stop in Salzburg was that they make these delicious cholocates called Mozart Balls (because Mozart was born in Salzburg). My Dad had done ...
Had to check out the church at the end of our street. Appropriately, St Pauls. The parish is currently in the process of restoring the roof and facade, which is scheduled to take 6 years. The parish administrator states that every generation has to rebuild its church, and St Pauls time is now. While out of the city centre, its striking roof line characterises western Munich and probably the beer ...