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So up with the dawn chorus or so it felt. We had to catch a bus from the nearby town of Strobl to go into Salzburg and it took almost an hour it could have been longer but Mr T(aka Roy Cropper) kept us and the bus driver on track. Salzburg is beautiful the buildings are vet symmetrical and the architecture of and inside the churches and cathedrals is amazing. Even the kids are impressed. Charlotte has taken to being a photographer some her pictures are fantastic ...
... dollar writing desk, a large ornate cabinet with tortoise shell build for some unknown reason, delicate, but thickly stitched carpets and curtains, large chandeliers from glass or porcelain, a dining table that lowers through the floor on a pulley and winch system, a private swimming pool with bridge and even a modern heating system. It was clear that money was of no expense and I can only recommend that one goes and visits the palace to get an idea for oneself. ...
... of the hut and lake, and they would not move a muscle to get out of peoples' pictures. So inconsiderate! I'll get off my soapbox now. After we were done at Obersee, we headed back to catch a boat back to the main land. For the remainder of our day we planned to go and see the Eagle's Nest, which was about a 5-10 minute drive from Königssee.
The Eagle's Nest (in German, Kehlsteinhaus), is a Third Reich-era edifice which was given to Adolf Hitler ...
... t that great. Once we finally got into do the tour it ended up being horrible. They didn't say anything in English and even though we had a personal earpiece that was supposed to be in English it didn't work half the time. There was a couple from Australia who weren't even offered the earpiece, so I gave the lady mine so they could maybe share. I guess the inside of the salt mine was kind of interesting, but definitely not worth the price. At the end of it ...
... in Salzburg.. (there's gonna be a time when the Romans start hating me for my endless adaptions of that phrase). We drank some beers, all just prolonging the inevitable, knowing that as soon as we caved and went to bed, it'd that much sooner be time to sleeplessly drag ourselves out of them again. At this point, who even knows what sleep is! Time to cave though, next up is Prague, and god knows that's gonna be a big one! Nighty night!