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... other varieties seem to be popping up all over Salzburg - the kids love em!) to see the gazebo. I got a better picture of it this time. All in all, we covered a lot of ground, as the church they were married in was quite a way out of town. Made for a good lunch stop and enjoying the incredible countryside. It really is spectacular. At the end of the tour, we went into Mirabell Palace Gardens (final scene for Do, Re, Mi). The gardens are spectacular. Archbishops were the ...
... other items. Some wearing traditional dress, and many in very tailored skirt-suit combo. Many men wore a hat; and I saw a lot of lederhosen. I learned yesterday that this part of Austria has, in history, been mainly part of Bavaria over time. Although the Salzburg area has been part of both Austria or Bavaria over time, the most recent Austrian connection is only for the past two hundred years. Our guide told us that when booking train tickets in ...
I thought my jet lag was over, but it keeps on giving. This morning, I've had two wee pots of coffee and plan to stay awake a little longer. In spite of the crash late yesterday afternoon, I managed to cover quite a bit of ground prior the big sleep. There is so much to do in Salzburg, but rather than booking anything right away, I decided to wander aimlessly to the Old Town (Altstadt) on day one, which threw me into the throng of tourists, as the Altstadt in ...
... even knew some words. We found out some interesting facts about the film including, that the house in the movie didn't actually back onto the lake, it was a different house where they filmed scenes with the lake, balcony and gardens (which we saw from a distance). Also the Gazebo where Lesiel sang 16 going on 17 has had to be moved 3 times since the movie ...
... the Pegasus fountain where Julie Andrews pointed to the sky and hit her high note to end the Do Re Mi sequence.
If you are a Sound of Music fan, join the 300,000 fans who visit yearly and take the tour. It was one of the most entertaining and fun afternoons i've experienced in Europe; it is a combination of pop culture and Austrian history.
I have now reached the end of this blog piece and must bid you So Long Farewell, Auf Weidersein, Goodbye."