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We have just come back from a lovely trip up to Lake Konigssee, and a boat trip down the lake to St Bartholoma. The lake is nestled between the mountains, and is 602m above sea level with an average depth of 150m. It is the cleanest lake in Germany, with the water being pure enough to be classified ...
... found a different path near the gorge, climbing bridge rails etc etc to get some decent photos.
Still alive, we traveled back to Salzburg slowly, walked the river by night and checked out the cathedral all while consuming pumpkin soup, chocolate, apple strudel and coffee.
... find a Christmas ornament from this special place.
We passed a bakery and decided to pick up some items for today's picnic. Fresh bakery bread, the best. We bought a baguette, and a loaf with olives, along with two croissants for the kids.
We looked at a few stores for swim trunks for Mark. One saleslady tried to sell Mark a pair that looked like lederhosen. Nien, that was not going to work for Mark (or ...
... in some way. Not much to look at really. There was one hotel that the regime wanted to buy. They pestered and pressured the owners until the owners finally capitulated, selling the hotel at less than market value. After the war, the owner's wife petitioned the Bavarian government for the property, and she was able to buy it back. However, many of the original inhabitants in this area were forced out by the Third Reich and were never compensated nor were ...
... remembered us from four years ago. Our room was ready, so we were able to unload and get settled early in the day. Now we could explore the town.
Sankt Gilgen is a small town on the Wolfgangsee, a pristine lake in the Salzkammergut area. Mozart's mother, Anna Marie Pertl, was born in Sankt Gilgen. Her home is a landmark in town.
From our balcony, you can see the Schafberg, where the Von Trapp kids took the little cog train ...