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... clambered into Nigel and made our way to Strobl where we caught a bus to Salzburg. And Today has been Salzburg day. A very nice looking, clean city with some spectacular churches and buildings, and Never ending references to Mozart - well he was born there!!! We wondered through the narrow streets taking photos and just absorbing the place. It was great. The pictures won't do it justice. At the end of the day we left our mark in Salzburg by having our own ...
... ruined the style and flair of the place. I don’t know if it would have been better to finish off the place to give it the look that it deserves, although I guess it ties in with the sudden tragic nature of the young King’s death.
We headed back to the pier, but missed the boat by 5 minutes so we had to wait another 40 for the next one. It was nice to relax and watch the ducks diving down for sea grass on the bottom of the lake and the reeds gave a ...
... which are nestled in the Bavarian Alps. Königssee is a natural lake that was formed by glaciers during the last ice age. The water was so pretty and clear, and was even more beautiful with the Alps surrounding it all. We took about an hour electric-boat ride across Königssee so that we could see the smaller lake off of it, Obersee. Obersee is the smaller part of Königssee that is so beautiful, with a small picturesque hut on it. My friend, Lea, had sent me ...
... the same weather that hit Chamonix all summer also struck Switzerland. And with a vengeance. In fact, very few ascents were seen of the Matterhorn before August. But regardless of their weather, the Alps continued to sing and beckon us to visit some corner of them. ...
... on our honeymoon. Encircling the fountain was the New Residenz with the Salzburg museum, the Salzburg Cathedral where Mozart played, and the Old Residenz also of Prince Archbishop Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau. The cathedral had an impressive set of four organs. The area in front of the cathedral was being set up for a show with a large stage and stadium style seating. The guide led us a past a the next square with some modern sculptures and into a cemetery ringed ...