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Living and Traveling in Mexico
Living and Traveling in Mexico

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Elenita and I have become very good at using public transportation in Vienna. Yesterday went out the the summer palace of royalty. We took two teams and the underground. We were not allowed to photo the inside of the palace. Here are some photos of the…
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It seems like ages ago when we landed in Warsaw. We took the train from Salzburg to Vienna this morning a 2 1/2 hour train ride for our last 4 days of a wonderful trip.  The train car had two levels and we chose the top level. After we left the station…
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The small big city is one of the prettiest cities I have ever seen. It has a big city look with only a population of 150,000. It is a very walkable city and a city one feels very comfortable in. We will miss this city. Today Elenita wanted see a garden we…
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Today we relaxed in the morning with breakfast made by yours truly. We then went to visit the Salzburg Hohensalzburg Fortress.   On our way to the fortress we saw the Salzburg beer delivery man. We continued our walk through the tunnel which brought us to…
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  We arrived in Salzburg yesterday after taking the train from Gramish to Munich and then from Munich to Salzburg a total of 4 hours. The scenery was amazing throughout the trip. Our first day was spent exploring the neighborhood in and around Old Town.…
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Today was our last day in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Tomorrow we head to Salzburg, Austria. This morning we took a bus to the small town of Grainau about 1/2 hour away. We walked a beautiful trail about a 1/2 a mile from the bus stop to the town center. Here…
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From the early 14th century, geographic names from the Wetterstein Mountains began to be recorded in treaties and on maps, and this trend intensified in the 15th century. In 1536 a border treaty dating to 1500 was refined in that its course was specified…
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