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... hear a couple of Aussie accents from girls who looked about 17 and I thought oh god here we go! Contiki is known for having young groups but I was not excited about possibly spending a week with a group of 18 year olds. We got a taxi together to the contiki accommodation where we met the tour manager and some of the group who had signed up for the 2 week option. We were able to check in before the coach from London arrived so got first pick ...
... t start thinking I'm elegant and worldly, I got that from the Tomaselli website. Inside the café, a waiter takes your coffee and tea order, while the ladies come round to tempt you with cakes which you select and then pay them immediately. I'm not sure what the history is with this tradition, but I'm sure there is something to it. After perusing the offerings, I selected something that looked like a Viennese Cinnabon. Not that we ...
I spent half of Thursday and half of Friday in Salzburg because there isn't a lot to do other than go on a Sound of Music tour. The entire town is built up on the Sound of Music, I wonder what they ever did before that movie!
Thursday I went to check out the center of town and visited the birthplace of Mozart. The museum is built in the apartment where he was born and raised, cool atmosphere but not very exciting. Although it was very educational, ...
... reflected in the lakes as we travelled. It was only around 5 pm when we arrived at our hotel near the airport. It felt like about 9pm. We had a little rest then pushed ourselves to catch the local tram into Salzburg. It was beautiful by night numerous. narrow alleyways along the streets opening into large squares with Christmas markets everywhere. Above the city the castle and museum. The bridge with Christmas lights over the river I can't wait to see it all in ...
... of the fountain at the end of a bridge which is lined with similar sculptures. Behind Fontenen is Monolitten. Monolitten is a pillar made out of sculpted bodies and surrounded by some massive sculptures of humans. The odd yet intriguing sculptures were an interesting addition to the park. When we had taken some time to take in some of our last few breaths of Oslo we headed back to the hostel to get our packs and go to lunch. Our final stop in Oslo was ...