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... game a shot. Can be a very expensive game! Luckily I only lost when we were playing a practice round. I did come second to last when we were playing for shots but thank god I didn't lose because I could not afford a round of shots. My roomie Kat lost and got us all a schnapps shot. Unfortunately she also made me laugh the moment the shot went into my mouth and I ended up coughing it up all over my face hair and shirt!! Not a classy start! At ...
... their newspaper the entire trip. It was 4 hours of awkward, albeit peaceful silence as we watched snow covered hills and villages blur by the train window. Annissa finished her book and I tried to do something related to work but ended up watching a movie instead. 4 hours later we arrived relaxed and excited to explore Salzburg. With nothing but our backpacks, we walked and followed the curve of the train tracks along the street leading ...
... and the church are absolutely beautiful, the catacombs offered a beautiful view of the city but they weren't too exciting. There were only two rooms and they each only had one tomb inside. That night I watched the Sound of Music at my hostel, because when in Rome ;) There was a daily showing of the movie.
On Friday I went to check out what I thought to be the Sound of Music hills but I ended up taking a scary cable car ride up a mountain ...
... lush); and the Swiss love their rules, perhaps even more than the Germans…just to name a few. Well, after a brief visit, all of these stereotypes played out to a "T."
We had great ambitions to voyage to the Swiss Alps and climb the Matterhorn while in ...
... hanging over the river banks taking videos. The rain that has been sitting over Austria, Switzerland, Germany and the Czech Republic for quite a few days has now caused rivers to flood, landslides, and a few deaths across the countries. The flow in the Salzbach River here in Salzburg was unbelievable - great big logs and branches were careering down the river, hitting bridges, and then sailing onto the next place. ...