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... memorable were the Imperial Palace, Sisi's museum & St. Stephens Cathedral. The story of Sisi (Elizabeth, empress of Austria) is quite fascinating, I would encourage you to google her & read about her life.
Today we took the train from Vienna to Kitzbuhel. We had to transfer trains in Worgl, & expected to have 16 mins to make the connections. Well ...
... a bit out of the way for getting to Salzburg but many pretty scenes, houses and mountains were evident on the road there. This little town is very pretty indeed – high, snowy mountains and a great big lake. Plenty of pretty little houses also. We had a good walk around – took plenty of photos including a funny one of Craig wearing an interesting hat – he looks so much like Poppa in that photo. Only bad thing was that ...
... going on. There were all kinds of kiddie rides set up through the town, and we were amazed that they all appeared to be free. There was even a fire truck that was giving kids rides up in the ladder. I was amazed at how high it could go.
We next went down to a park by the water where there was a water fountain show at 5 pm. It was very cool and set to great music. It reminded me of the Bellagio fountains in Las Vegas. ...
... than the lake spot.
After lunch we hiked a short trail that went backwards and up to the Swarovski Oberservatory, which was made of glass and shaped like a crystal (because Swarovski is a famous crystal company). The views were incredible, although it was very warm inside all that glass. We also saw these weird structures scattered all over the side of the mountain. We all assumed they were to help stabilize the snow in the winter, in order to prevent ...
... s most famous climbing destination, with over 8,000 routes, the birthplace of the climbing term “Redpoint” (Rotpunkt in German) thanks to Kurt Albert’s red dots painted below climbs he completed without falling, and Wolfgang Güllich’s uber famous ...