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Travel Blogs from Dorfgastein
... and though a strange thing to say, but for a place connected with death it was surprisingly appealing and beautiful. Before catching the shutle back to the car, we strolled down Getreidegasse, a traditional shopping street in the Old Town, including the birthplace of Mozart’s, that most famous of Salzburg`s sons. As well as tourist shops, there are also several western brands, including McDonalds, but most charmingly they have a little brass ...
Today when I woke up I felt excited, because we planned lots of things for kids. First we went on a gondola up a very big mountain Grosse Spiecke. Once we were up the mountain there was a one and half hour walk to the very top. On our way we saw ferret holes, lots of ...
... kicked everyone off the mountain and gave it to Hitler. Instead of common houses on the landscape, the Nazis built apartments, bunkers, greenhouses, barracks, and all sorts of facilities for the elite. They also built this huge hotel to host the celebrities and dignitaries that came to visit Hitler. The hotel later converted into the American recreational headquarters after the war. The guide also pointed out the route the 101st Airborne ...
... in Europe felt the same way, as there were probably more than at IOM TT. We found a glacier by taking a wrong turn, but not as spectacular as the ones in NZ. The most beautiful bells chimed out in unison all around us on Sunday morning at our hotel - perfect. We had lunch in a gorgeous little village called Heiligenblut, that overlooked a beautiful valley.
We will have very special memories of this area forever ...
... all joined by these tunnels. Now the good news! On April 25, 1945, British and American long range bombers bombed the site and destroyed most of the buildings. The ruins of the Berghof, the houses of Goering and Bormann and the SS barracks were blown up in 1952. Only a few buildings remained, including the Eagle's Nest and the bunker complex. The Americans only returned this area to Bavarian domain in 1996 when they withdrew. After lunch and a walk around in 900 year ...
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