- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... carnival started as a result of the lower classes demanding more from their rulers. As a result a festival of equality was created where everyone could party and be merry and enjoy equally. Watch out because the masks have historical significance so try and stay away from the prostitute and dr varieties. Venice filled your head with many beautiful pictures but hurt my wallet!! It's a very touristy city and I would not like to come back in ...
... A tragedy was averted! A very convincing scene shot! Nonnberg Abby was our next stop. Unfortunately, we could only see it from the bottom of the hill as the bus we were in was not allowed to go close to it. This is the Abbey that Maria joined to become a nun. It was also where the real life Maria and the Baron were married in 1927. St Gilgen is a picturesque village on Lake Wolfgang. This village is situated directly across from the famous Schafberg mountain featured ...
... 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 ...
... is now used for special events and seminars. The Lake is made famous by the boating scene and the back of the Palace was the Captain's backyard. Usually at this time of the year the lake is crowded with ice skaters but the winters have been getting warmer so all we saw today were the geese skating along the thin ice! he he
Back onto the bus, a few more jokes and we arrived at Hellbrunn Palace. The Gazebo where we saw Liesl and Rolf sing ...
... and took the underground to our hostel. Vienna is pretty big and spread out. It's not really a walking city. Also, a lot of it was destroyed and rebuilt so there is a lot of modern architecture and buildings. We got to our hostel and it was in a great area. It is right where I met Timo and Stephie three years ago for a few beers. It is a long market with about 100 little restaurants. The market is in between two busy streets and our hostel is on one of ...