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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... out that, at this point, I've already asked the bus driver several times whether there is a toilet on board (nein) and if we're going to be stopping soon (also nein). In fact, he is point blank refusing to speak in English to me. Even though he's speaking near-perfect to the American girl sat across the row. This seems fair. ANYWAY. It's at this moment, as I'm turning to blind panic, ...
... other side where Hallstatt would appear. We found parking in a large public lot a little ways outside of the center of town, with a clearly designated walking path leading us right to the edge of the lake. The town itself clings to the mountain with it’s two and three story residences and narrow alleyways. It was a sight to be seen for sure.
Upon returning again from the car park Stephanie could be found at ...
... actual instruments that he played. Pretty amazing to see the violin that was once in his ever-so-talented hands. The family moved across the river when Mozart was 17 years old, and the background music playing as we walked around that residence was a combination of his symphonies, waltzes and sonatas. Lunch was at Cafe Tomaselli, and as you see in the picture, there is little evidence that remains of the decadently-rich Sachertorte ...
... sing. Stiegl Brewery and The Fortress have been our afternoon stops thus far. Dinner atop the highest point in Salzburg as we speak, traditional Austrian. I will be trying veal steak and Sam the stuffed chicken breast (thinking similar to cordon bleu). Tomorrow we head to ...
... a "fffeeeccckkkk" down a wet n' wild Big Dipper. Now deeper into the ants nest of the mine shaft network, we walked through the tunnels, learnt German stuff about pumps and then laughed politely when everyone else did at the tour guide's jokes. Luckily for us, laser lights don't speak German so we didn't need a translation and to show our gratitude, the universal reply of 'oooooooo ahhhhhhh' can be understood in any language. It was freaken bazaar! We're deep inside ...