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... Mondsee Cathedral, where we got a bit of time to explore the small town of Mondsee and to go inside the church where Maria and the Captain marry. I even got to pretend to be a bride lol! They played Sound of Music songs and encourage us to sing. It was so much fun. I had an amazing day, and we got a bit of a history on Salzburg as well as we travelled around by bus. We have to leave the beautiful small city of Salzburg tomorrow, and it's off to ...
Today was the first day we have slept in past 7 am and saw a little sun shine! It was so nice. We took it easy this morning by walking around the entire city (not hard to do, it is a small place) before heading to our tour of the Bavarian Alps! The tour was very different from what we expected. Only mom and I were on the Alps tour and another man was on a salt mining tour. The combined the two tours together, which was near impossible. So ...
... go in them. I have no desire to see anything like that. The best part of the night was a concert we went to in the castle tonight where 3 violinists and a cellist played Mozart and other famous composers. A pianist played one beautiful piece with the group as well. We had second row seats that were perfect! The concert was held in a beautiful room in the palace from the 1400's. A perfect end to the ...
... delighted to find a tarmac road leading back down to Lofer, but Hubby decided we should ride down the tracks through the forest, so we set off.
My intrepidity (is that a real word?) got less and less as we descended – first through a field of bullocks who eyed me very suspiciously, then the forest path got more and more narrow with bigger and bigger cow-pats/tree roots/big stones and then steps! We ...
... Square, aiming approximately for the Tourist Info bureau, but kept getting side-tracked by beautiful buildings. The old part of the city is quite compact, and tiny alleys filled with shops and cafes thread their way between the streets, most of which are pedestrianised.
Markt Square was filled with stalls and cafes, but most of all with visitors; we heard many different languages as ...
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