Parkhotel Bad Fuessing
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... visit to Mozart's birthplace stood at the top of our list today. We learned, in fact, about not only Mozart, but also about the sites in and around Salzburg that were used in Sound of Music! This juncture was one of many surprises today, which we let happen to ourselves as we are focusing on "Sounds of Home" material for our students and their preparation to travel to Salzburg in the summer ...
This entry is coming one day late because somehow my post from yesterday got lost in the virtual world - not sure if I am in love with travelpod so far, but I suppose it will do. :) So, yesterday! What an awesome day!!!! Carole and I got to teach the students at KuMax and Waria Ward about our schools in Cleveland, and about what it is like to live in Tennessee. Some classes even got up and danced a line dance to Rocky Top Tennessee!! We gave out 60 t-shirts from Walker Valley ...
... in age from 14-18. At the end of each class we rewarded students who had listened and thus could answer our quiz questions with a shirt from either Walker Valley or Cleveland High School. Later in the afternoon we met with the principals and our partner teachers from both schools to extend a formal invitation to each school to visit Cleveland in the fall of 2016. From the beginning it was clear that this exchange between ...
Arrived at Linz today which is the third largest city in Austria. Population 200,000, and is home Austria's largest steel company. From here we travel in the historic Majestic Emperor train to Salsberg. The train is very ornate and gives you an idea of what it was like to travel in style so many years ago. We had a coach trip around the city and then a walking tour followed by 2 hours free time. We had ...
... up this morning to try and resolve that. None of the three places we visited could help so we headed up to the Fortress Veste Oberhausen which was built in 1219 by the Passau Prince-Bishop in order to control traffic on the three rivers. Since then this place has played an important part in history. Judging by the cruise boats calling-in here nowadays it still attracts a lot of river traffic. The number of tourists ...