Hotel Wiener Kindl
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Here I sit tired and worn, but as your correspondent it is my duty to report that at the Music Festival, Westlake College, from good old Auckland, New Zealand won:-
- Symphonic Bands
- Symphony Orchestra(equ)
- Mixed Choir (equ)
and came third in
- String ...
... the neighbourhood and stumbled across the Jesuitkirche which may be one of the most beautiful ( and unusual) churches we have seen on this trip. The outside is plain and would not lead you to believe that the interior is worth the walk up the steps. But inside, it is extremely ornate, in the Baroque style with paintings on the ceilings through the whole length of the church. There was lots of gold leaf but the most amazing feature was the ...
... took a 4 hour cruise along the Danube river. It was quite picturesque.
Munich was our next stop. We were trying to purchase our train tickets at the machine at the the station in Passau and for some reason it wasn't working for us. The lady waiting behind us offered to buy the ticket for us. It turns out there was special deal for parties of two or more traveling together. So we all ended up paying at lot less for our tickets! Well, didn't I mention this town ...
... began a few days before and the specialty beverage called Sturm was in season (only for a few weeks of the year). The grapes are squished as they are picked and ferment over time in an uncorked bottle. The result is a high-sugar low-alcohol, cloudy and refreshing drink. My time in Austria has come to an end and tomorrow I board an early flight to make my return to Germany, this time Munich: land of dirndl and ...
This morning I headed to the Catholic church for my very last practice session. It seems like I'm just getting started, and its already over! I was bracing myself, because I had to try to tell the Polish, German-speaking, croc and suit wearing priest that it was my last day. I think there are a lot of words I don't know in German that I should have used to explain it was my last time there. Luckily, I'm pretty sure he ...