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... to see on our journey. When we were about a 1/2 hour out of Salzburg we were hit by a snow storm. I was not able to get photos on my IPAD but I was able to get some good pictures on the camera. When we arrived at Salzburg we had some pretty simple instructions on how to get to our accommodation. Thankfully the storm had stopped at this time but we still manage ...
... has a panoramic view over the Danube, the Chain Bridge and the Castle. Directly in front is a large green grassy area with a very large statue. The hotel has a 24 hour Casino named "Las Vegas". I have not been tempted to visit. The service and facilities at the hotel are first class. The hotel arranged for a doctor to come to the room to see Narelle. The doctor's fee was 130 euros. She has a ...
Salzburg was a good day. It is the city of The sounds of music! But besides that I found that there was not that much to see in the city so I went up the mountain and skied for the day! There was 5 of us and it was really good! Glad I didn't say down though ...
... I mean even if you didn't know before hand about the Sound of Music you HAD to pick up the chick's name by the end. It was Waaaaaaay funnier than I am trying to explain here....guess you had to be there. We had a lunch of what looked like pork and cheese polpettes with a spinach crusty something or other that was fantastic. We had the best time eating them standing up against the wall and ...
... in a van the size of Ellie, so we packed the brolly we had bought in Fussen and caught the bus outside the campsite that takes you to the heart of the city.
The first thing that struck me as we walked through the old part of town was the height of the buildings....they were six or seven storeys high and they ran continuously like a very large wall that you couldn't walk round or see over.....every now and then, a small archway ...