Hotel Furian am Wolfgangsee
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Many moons ago on The Forest High band camp were on the Las Vegas strip laughing at the gondola men on the fake lake at The Venetian casino. Little did I know that one day I would be in Venice enjoying the real thing and yes there are lots of gondolas and lots of water. Venice is literally a floating city and because of this navigation is very tricky at times. You all know how directionally challenged I am and Venice tested me to the extreme. The ...
With an early start from Munich, we boarded a train to Salzburg, Austria. Although it was drizzling, we were able to make the most of the day and explore this beautiful city. With the train station being a few miles from the heart of the city, we were able to stroll along the Salzach River and explore many of the local vendors along the river.
The walkway along the river brought us directly to the Old Town (Alstadt). The main street (Getreidgasse) held many different shops ...
... One of the most interesting parts of the house/museum is the last room which notes that despite several paintings that purport to be images of Mozart there are actually very few verified paintings of him. Thus, we don't really know what he looks like. However, through the miracle of modern forensic technology for generating pictures of criminal suspects the German Federal Police used all existing images of Mozart to create a likeness of ...
... in the upper cave, not discovered until 1933, and then continue down to the lower cave that was carved by a river that continues underground for hundreds of miles to empty into the Adriatic Sea. The pathway constructed to walk from the top down to the bottom took over 50 years to build, as nothing was used but man-power to create it, as well as haul the materials in, or rocks back out. It was quite a workout to climb the over ...
... up the hill even farther on some trails and failing to find a beer garden that was still open we returned back to the city. In looking for a smaller local bar to grab a beer I stepped one foot in a place called Jasmin Bar and stepped right back out. Not sure what exactly was going on in there but I was sure it wasn’t for us judging by the dress (or lack thereof) of the woman just inside the door. Lol. Big 'whoa, sorry – see ya ...