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It frreakin' SNOWED today. I was expecting a day of sunshine but I only got a 20 second preview of blue sky this morning outside of town on the way to Salzburg Zoo. Check out the first pic to see what I thought was the unveiling of the mountains I've been longing to see. But instead I got the beauty of snow for a few hours. It was only light, but so happy I got to see it (and it was the first snow of the season).
Snow melted once it hit ...
... see letters he wrote. I wondered if he looked out at the same street, in its earlier form, as he worked, and imagined him sitting at that piano in endless hours of practice, and mused on his genius as I listened to some of his works on the audio guide. And the Mozartkugel? Well, do I need an excuse to indulge in high quality chocolate?!
Apart from just getting lost among the interlinked courtyards and the myriad alleys of the old town, ...
Finally made it to the place I've most been looking forward to seeing and its a pretty special place. My dreams had involved a bit of snow, but alas, not to be. I saw some on the mountains today during the Sound of Music tour when we went to Mondsee to see the chapel where Maria and the captain were married. Side note: the travel guide complemented me in front of everyone for my beautiful ...
... during WWII, key decisions were made. The Eagle's Nest or Kehlsteilhaus was given as a gift in 1939 but only used fourteen times because Adolf was afraid of heights. To access the place you take a special bus that climbs up a steep incline through tunnels and hairpin turns, then you take an elevators to the top.
Hitler entertained and held conferences with key world leaders at this place. Nowadays the Eagle's nest consists of a restaurant, but in Hitler's days it hosted ...
... and then you give the beer guy your ticket and he fills it for you.
I was a little concerned why we would need to rinse the stein. Maybe it was to cool the stein but I doubted it since people weren't really dousing the steins to change the temperature much. The mugs looked clean enough....As I googled later, it turns out, that you are supposed to rinse the stein without drying it. This helps remove any detergent residue that could destroy the ...