Der Salzburger Hof
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... in the surrounding gardens conceived by Markus Sittikus, a man with a wicked sense of humour. He designed a series of practical jokes to pull on his guests - I can just imagine what they must've thought as they got soaked by hidden water fountains at an outdoor dining table or while walking under a carving of a deer head. You can't tour the fountains without getting wet - luckily we only got a bit damp thanks to the tour ...
... The food was truly Norwegian-style with plenty of fish and vegetables. The least successful dish paired scallops & corned beef - not my favorite, a little too outside the box putting seafood & meat together. The most successful was a tie between the carrots with smoked cheese & pumpkin ice cream with camomile cream. The atmosphere was truly memorable and the service was impeccable
Upon leaving Dachau we found ourselves on the autobahn heading out of Germany and into Austria's northern border and the famous town of Salzburg, home of Archbishops, Mozart and The Sound of Music. Salzburg is different than any of the places we’ve been to so far. It’s far smaller than Zurich or Munich and very focused on tourism, which I would guess is the bulk of their economy. We headed into town after only making reservations moments before on the ...
... actual instruments that he played. Pretty amazing to see the violin that was once in his ever-so-talented hands. The family moved across the river when Mozart was 17 years old, and the background music playing as we walked around that residence was a combination of his symphonies, waltzes and sonatas. Lunch was at Cafe Tomaselli, and as you see in the picture, there is little evidence that remains of the decadently-rich Sachertorte ...
... us on the Autobaun (damn you Garmin) instead of the more scenic 158 road (and try as a might, I could not get Garmin to put us on the 158). Anyway, the unlimited speedway of the Autobaun was quite the experience with cars flying past me even though I was driving at 120 km per hour. So with the benefit of the Autobaun were arrived in Mondsee less than 30 minutes after we left Schloss Leopoldkron (and that was with a backup to get onto the Autobaun and through some raod ...