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... in the middle of the Chiemsee. I'm obsessed with Christmas markets. I can't get enough of them (and am even going to another one tonight). It had always been a wish of mine to visit the Chiemsee in winter time because I always go there in the summer time and swim in the lake. It looked as I had always pictured it as we took the ferry to the island with the Alps towering over the water covered in snow. On the lake there is also the ...
... another pedestrian bridge and the Kajetaner Church, located to the opposite of the federal province′s courthouse. The most significant mark is the dome of the church, hiding the extensive abbey behind the church building as well as the attached hospital. Church and hospital are first recorded in documents from 1150. The church dedicated to Saint Maximilian ,In its current style it was built between 1685 ...
... on dark items. The thousands..yes, thousands of people crowding the old city streets and walkways didn't seem to mind either..Enticed by more Xmas markets, shops, restaurants and the famous buildings..they were happy to do a slow shoe/ snow shuffle at times. Sooo many Xmas decoration shops, Austrian wares and the famous Mozart Chocolate's everywhere. Salzburg is the birth place of Mozart and he is "touted" ...
... Salzburg city centre where we went and had a look at Motzarts House then from here we headed for the Hohensalzburg Castle where we spent a few hours exploring the place. The view from every side of this place was excellent. We had to catch a tram up and back as there was no way the kids were going to make it up the hill and back and walk what they did today. So we then met up with ...
... nuns were singing. We weren’t allowed to visit that either, but had a look in the church anyhow. We then crossed the river and headed towards Mozart’s residence. We were quite disappointed by the museum and found that it was the first recommendation in our guidebook that we disagreed with. There were 6 or so rooms each containing various things related to Mozart or his family. We saw some instruments (his piano was on loan to Vienna), scores, ...
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