This morning we visited Hallbrunn Palace, the residence of the Prince Archbishop, who like to play tricks on his guests. The trick water fountains reflect the lifestyle of the renaissance. With tricks, sensations and surprises the archbishop "entertained" his guests and allowed them to celebrate boisterously. The two Aussie boys were invited to the 400 year old dinner table where they were sprayed and soaked by many streams of water. There were many mor...
CHS Gallipoli Tour 2008
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Today we had a early start. We took the funicular (cable railway) to Hohensalzburg Fortress, central Europe's largest, complelely preserved fortress. The Fortress was built in the 11th century. While in the fortress we had a audio tour and we had a look in the fortress museum, we saw the first indoor long drop toilet and the gold room which was everyone's favourite. The room was decorated with pure gold. Afterward we had lunch in the old town and then ltook a lo...