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It frreakin' SNOWED today. I was expecting a day of sunshine but I only got a 20 second preview of blue sky this morning outside of town on the way to Salzburg Zoo. Check out the first pic to see what I thought was the unveiling of the mountains I've been longing to see. But instead I got the beauty of snow for a few hours. It was only light, but so happy I got to see it (and it was the first snow of the season).
Snow melted once it hit ...
... below and the sight of skaters on the ice rink, rather than attacking forces. The inner state apartments boast the 'Golden Hall' and 'Golden Chamber' , beautiful rooms of natural wood, with intricate Gothic carvings and panels, painted deep red and gold. The coffered ceilings are covered with gold 'buttons', symbolising the stars in the night sky, and the chamber has a gorgeous little door, short, as were its users, and with elaborate ...
Finally made it to the place I've most been looking forward to seeing and its a pretty special place. My dreams had involved a bit of snow, but alas, not to be. I saw some on the mountains today during the Sound of Music tour when we went to Mondsee to see the chapel where Maria and the captain were married. Side note: the travel guide complemented me in front of everyone for my beautiful ...
... over a day. To do so we purchased Salzburg Cards, a personalized card that gives you free access to many of the sites as well as all public transportation for 24 hours. This investment would prove to pay for itself in both savings and convenience. Upon waking up and enjoying a breakfast buffet that our hotel provided we were on the move, taking a tram into the castle side of town where the older sites are. We started with the castle fortress, otherwise known ...
... up and down a couple alleys we found the next site, which was University Platz. This wide open court yard is converted into a farmer's market every day and it is the location for the tomato juggling scene. (We did not juggle tomatoes and instead wandered around and took in all the vendors stalls and the fabulous array of meats, cheeses, fruits, vegetables and pasteries.
On the backside of the University Platz, Cheryl and I fought the crowds to get a glimpse of Mozart's home. ...