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... which incredible examples of artwork and craftsmanship Luckily My time in Venice the streets were dry. Before you book your trip check the weather and don't come at high ride. The city is literally underwater up to your knees. There were stacked tables that are used to create runways between the moats as constant reminders that the water is not too far away. I visited the amazing Aqua Alta bookstore where they have decided to embrace the water ...
... an opportunity for a snowball fight - which was everywhere!!! One learnt to be on the look out for the ever on the ball Dan.
On Tuesday and Wednesday we headed into Old Town and took a hop on hop off bus around the city. We visited Mozart's birth house and place of residence, learnt about the sound of music filming, visited the castle that overlooks the city and tested out a few tasty restaurants.
The snow changes a place so much. If we returned ...
... sleigh ride. We went through the town then up into the
mountains so we could go through pine trees. It was made even better by the
fact it started snowing (a lot). The snow even had the shapes of snowflakes- it
looked just like in the movies. Then after our ride it was back to Salzburg. The
restaurant we wanted to go to for dinner (a traditional Austrian one) was
packed, so we found an Italian restaurant and had really, really good pizza ...
... which was also featured in the musical sequence.
We then continued on across the street to Mozart's childhood home, then crossed the bridge spanning the Salzuch River into Old Town.
I'm going to pause here to note two new travel developments that are bugging the living sh*t out of me. 1: A recent film depicted two lovers putting a padlock onto a Paris bridge, and throwing the key into the Seine. Tourist sheeple have proceeded to imitate this ...
... I ordered the spinach, sundried tomato and cheese gnochi done in a olive oil pesto sauce. Cheryl loved the pizza. And for me, the pasta was without a doubt THE BEST pasta I have ever had save for the four cheese gnochi I ate in Venice. (Although it was pretty much a dead heat.) The cheese was sauce was pure heaven and the gnochi were al dente perfect. It was simple, but oh so perfect. The only thing that would have made it any better would be if I could have enjoyed a glass ...