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Food for thought

This week, my good friend Nina and I participated in Live Below The Line. The experience was rewarding on a few different levels but I’m happy to say we have so far raised $300 to help relieve poverty in the Asia- Pacific region. 494 more words

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Vic's Pic of the Week--Salzburg, AU

Sphaera, the man on the golden sphere sculpture, (2007) is found in Kapitelplatz–Salzburg, Austria


Mozart and USBs

On my only morning in Salzburg, I spent an hour walking up and down dark back alleys in search of those weird, hidden USBs that are supposed to be all over the world. 283 more words


Soggy Salzburg

On our first free day the group decided to take the train to Salzburg, Austria. I had wanted to see Neuschwanstein, but I didn’t realize you needed tickets 2 days in advance to take the tour. 480 more words

Day 56 Innsbruck to Linz

The plan for the day was to visit The Museum of Tyrolean Folk Art (one of the finest museums of its kind anywhere in Europe) the HofKirche (Court Church) the tomb of Maximillian 1st and the Glockenmuseum and Glockengiesserei Grasssnayr (Bell museum and foundary). 551 more words

Salzburg (and Ingolstadt Village)

So, as I’ve mentioned, we only went to Munich to go to BMW World. Out of the 4 days 4 night we stayed in Munich, we only ‘explored’ the city 1 day – when we went to BMW World. 452 more words

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Musings Along the Salzach

Of Salzburg, Bill Bryson writes that he “found it hard to warm to.” Furthermore, he describes Mozartplatz as “quite astonishingly ugly.” I usually find myself agreeing with Bryson, but here I felt puzzled. 665 more words