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Munich, the first stop, is an enticing German city and stereotypical in my opinion of what Americans perceive Europe to be. It has castles, beer houses, ladies in lederhosen, heavy meats and potatoes and a host of historically important events that centered around the city through the ages. Since it is home to the annual Oktoberfest, Munich is a haven for travelers daring to try the many beers that originate and popularize this region. Pints are pulled by the liter and serve as bracelet pandora argent moins cher a wonderful accompaniment to the Germanic foods that can be found in the city. I boheme ethnique femmes glands boucles doreilles vintage bois rotin geometrique goutte dangle boucle was, as always, traveling on a shoe string budget so I never ate much in the way of a proper meal while I was there. While I simply fell in love with the grit and diversity of Berlin during this holiday season, it was nice to meet a bracelet pandora definition German city that you could in fact ‘take home to mom’.

Salzburg Austria was the next stop on this tour. Salzburg is roughly two hour train ride due east from Munich. During the ride you prix moyen bracelet pandora are escorted by the Alps which you constantly flirt with as you move. It took some ingenuity to manage my way onto the train at a price I felt was fair. Germany has a wonderful rail system, arguably one of the best in Europe. The anneaux pour bracelet pandora problem with that system is that it is expensive. There is however one great deal called the Bavarian ticket. This ticket allows up to five people to travel vente mode charme verre cristal oiseaux gland boucle doreille pour les femmes de luxe strass animal privee bracelet pandora for 24 hours within Bavaria for 28 euro total. Split 5 ways this is a steal. The counter to that is that when you are traveling solo you pay 20 euro for the same ticket. In lays opportunity. My first approach was to convene at the rail station with a cardboard bracelet pandora acier sign that said ‘Salzburg Bavarian Ticket’. My hope was that I would be approached by someone looking to go to Salzburg that morning and we would either split the ticket or find a couple of others to chop the cost further. I stood just outside of the main bahnhaus and farlena boucles doreilles de mariage argent plaque larme pleine cristal strass longues boucles waited. I wasn’t there for more than about three minutes before the train Gestapo put an end to my pitch. Since I am officially an illegal resident of Europe now and a wanted criminal in Berlin (thanks to Hanife’s ill mon bracelet pandora est trop grand advised intercity rail advice that landed us a ‘currently outstanding’ fine for illegally riding a metro without a proper ticket) I had to abort my efforts. I was just about to break down and drop the 20 euro on the ticket when suddenly I spotted my ‘family’. It was an Indian family three strong. They were headed to the Salzburg platform. Perfect! I offered the man of the house 10 euro for a spot on their ticket. It saved me 10 euro and saved them 10 euro. He agreed and we boarded the train. It was a comedic exchange onboard the train when the guard approached to check our tickets and I pointed to ‘dad’ as the keeper of my pass. Classic!

Salzburg is a fairy tale city, plain and simple. It has a mountain back drop that oozes beauty and a city center that is simply perfect. Perfection comes with warning though; the city is a tourist trap. The whole place is over priced and nothing (except the architecture) is authentic, but it still emits bracelet pandora argent sterling avec charmes this amazing feel and charm to it. It is a must do day trip from Munich.

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Villach is a truly sleepy little town on the southern border of Austria. I arrived in the city on a holiday so literally nothing was open. Two days later it was time to head further south to Slovenia. I again hopped on a train.

Now here was an interesting place. Slovenia occupies a geographic position that truly makes it a melting pot. You have the Balkans to the south, Italy on one border, the Germanic influences of Austria and Germany to the north, as well as lingering ‘spice’ from the eastern block that sits not so far away. I had no idea what to expect when I got to this place, but I was certain that my host and good friend Primoz would show me a good time. I don’t know if it was the fact I had only had cheese and half spoiled pepperoni for the half of week leading up to the meal or what, but this pie was amazing. I gobbled it construire un bracelet pandora down at break fork speed nearly impaling a waiter along the way. The next indulgence was a cup of coffee on the city’s main river walk. A perfect cup. Much different from Scandinavian and other European coffees I have had during my time here. We explored what we could of the city the first day and I took a few pictures along the way. The second day we took a short drive to 2019 boheme lafite gland boucles doreilles pour femmes brincos femme multicolore strass fait a la a nearby city that was situated about an hour away from the capital. Here Primoz had a meeting with some colleagues of his so I was escorted by his girlfriend to a cafe nearby where we were to wait. Here I had a massive slice of chocolate cake with a cherry on top. Delicious! When Primoz finally returned we headed back to the capital for the afternoon. In the evening (after not eating anything substantial since noon the day before) we set off to experience Serbian cuisine at a local spot Primoz was familiar with. He took the liberty of ordering and I’m glad he did. Out came this tray of meats! Sausages, beef steaks, chicken breasts, chicken skewers, and did I mention sausages. Along side sat warm pita bread and a host of salads and toppings to garnish the carne. We gorged to a point of discomfort and rolled out of the place with pants unbuttoned. The final day we bracelet pandora maison took a scenic drive as we headed back to Austria to the airport there. Slovenia has an amazing range of mountains that when covered in snow was simply beautiful. I think this is a country that those traveling to Europe should seriously consider throwing on the itinerary. Great food, surprisingly friendly people, amazing coffee, and a few mountains to stimulate the cornea make this a truly undiscovered hot spot for westerners looking for something a bit different in Europe…