Hotel Bayrischer Hof
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... all the books in gondolas or bathtubs. There was also a very unique book that documented the way Venetians deal with the flooding - from special gumboots to floating shops. Venice is an extraordinary beautiful city and a true romantic at heart. It was the last stop in my amazing Italian adventure. A brilliant experience filled with food, religion, art, fashion and history. I will be back one day to soak it all up again and bring someone to share a gondola with ...
Today we journey from Salzburg to Prague. This gave us the opportunity to witness the Mauthausen Concentration Camp. I'm honestly numb. It overwhelms your soul. It's one thing to see footage and photos and relics of the camps, but it is a whole other thing to actually step inside one and retrace the day-to-day and final steps of the countless thousands who died there. It's impossible to fathom that no single square millimetre of this place was ...
I'm currently in the train from Salzburg to Vienna. It's a beautiful train ride through the Austrian countryside. I don't think I expected it, but Austria is without a doubt one of my top countries from this trip. I'm so glad we got to start our trip here and I'm very happy with our decision to end here as well. Everything is kind of coming full circle. ...
Breakfast , left morning for a 2 hour drive to Salzbury , Austria , cold fogs morning, but at the rest stop about hour plus drive out the sun came out, nice rests top in Austria , did walking tour of Salzbury, the city where Mozart was born, and the sound of music was filmed, nice enjoyable educational tour, after tour stay with Joe and Diane, and ate some local sausages "Fresh" sausage , it a white boiled sausage ...
... became less green and more rocky as we drove higher. It really wasn't far, either - maybe 45 minutes? We got to Alpine Coaster (was that the name?) and began a climb up to where the chair lift takes you. Apparently it was family tradition to walk up for the first run. It was a beautiful hike, but my hiking boots and I don't really get along so I was glad we didn't go too far. We then got drinks at the restaurant up there, and ...