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Certainly woke up to a "cool" day..2 degrees with small chance off rain!
Not going to rain on our parade, thank you!!
The name Salzburg population 150,000...means "Salt Castle" The name derives from the barges carrying salt on the Salzach River who even had to pay a toll...back in the 8th century.
A four hour tour can take you …
Back on the rail! Doing an overnight train from Cologne to Salzburg .. A journey of ten hours with one stop and change in Munich .. Rail travel so simple .. Ticket printed also has platform number, seat allocation etc all ready and accurate..makes travelling the rail networks sooo easy.
with a reclining seat , a travel blanket and a tired body …
... in the surrounding gardens conceived by Markus Sittikus, a man with a wicked sense of humour. He designed a series of practical jokes to pull on his guests - I can just imagine what they must've thought as they got soaked by hidden water fountains at an outdoor dining table or while walking under a carving of a deer head. You can't tour the fountains without getting wet - luckily we only got a bit damp thanks to the tour ...
... The food was truly Norwegian-style with plenty of fish and vegetables. The least successful dish paired scallops & corned beef - not my favorite, a little too outside the box putting seafood & meat together. The most successful was a tie between the carrots with smoked cheese & pumpkin ice cream with camomile cream. The atmosphere was truly memorable and the service was impeccable
... the bus to go into the largely-pedestrian heart of Salzburg's old town. We quickly reserved seats for a couple of Mozart chamber-music concerts...the town pretty much revolves around the child-prodigy who was born and lived here (lived here, that is, when he wasn't touring Europe, which consumed a third of his short life). After wandering through the maze of alleys that define the old town, we took a boat cruise on the Salzach River, and ...