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... Guggenheim gallery located in her old residence. This selection of modern art was a perfect mixture of the greats including Picasso, Bacon and Pollock mixed between a few smaller and interesting pieces. It was an intimate space and allows you to move from room to room soaking up the amazing work on the bedroom and lounge room walls. The garden has also been turned into a sculpture exhibition and includes a memorial to the late Penny. 2. ...
... overnight on the mountains around the town. It was lightly raining outside.
Some more coaxing and Meg & Dan were up and ready.
The present opening began. Clint helped Lily with her sack.
Everyone was happy with their gifts.
Breakfast, showers and some time spent playing with the new gifts then we walked into St Peter Stiftskeller restaurant for a midday lunch. (It is the oldest restaurant in ...
... for beers at Steiglkeller, another cavernous beer hall designed by the same architect as Munich's Hofbrauhaus. Like many old buildings in Salzburg, it's built right into the surrounding stonelike mountains. We drank our beers on the rooftop patio and reveled in the view.
After (quickly) strolling more of the twisty lanes of Old Town, we stopped for Matt's highlight of the day: Cake and coffee at Cafe Tomaselli, a picture-perfect Austrian cafe ...
... more frustration on my part than you can possibly imagine because now I was obsessed with finding this dag blasted meadow) we finally found the location.
So with that, we set the stage, Cheryl did her twirling and then I made her do it again because the original video has me laughing so hard the camera shook up and down through the whole thing. With the second take we called it a wrap … and only after we replayed it did I realize our mistake …. I forgot my ...
... with detailed street signs over every entrance. Mozart's birthplace happened to be in the center of the street - the tall yellow house cannot be missed. After purchasing a few Mozartkugel (made of Marzipan, nougat, and dark chocolate), we pressed on towards Mozartplatz. Here, the streets opened up and offered amazing views of the New Residenz and Glockenspiel, Old Residenz, and the Salzburg Cathedral.
From there, we pressed on to St. Peter's Church. The ...