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Took the train from Nuremberg to Munich. Encountered a group of refugees. Pretty difficult to get through with all the police that were there as well. I thought we might miss our train!! We didn't miss this connection although it is really full. One more transfer and we will be in ...
... and surrounding parklands are very popular with tourists and hikers. In addition, the lake's position surrounded by sheer rock walls creates an echo known for its clarity. On our boat tour we stopped and the captain played a trumpet to demonstrate the echo. The trumpeter plays along with the returning sounds so it sounds like as many as seven players. We are heading out to Klais tomorrow. Several hours of ...
... had some desert at cafe Tomaselli. It was our energy boost for the next hike, up the mountain to a lookout point near a monastery. Great views but we went a little too far up the mountain and ended up near some private houses further up the hill. After a nice Bavarian supper we headed home, trying to beat the dark as there are few street lights anywhere. Lil made 19944 steps today (Bitfit ...
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We caught a train from Vienna to Salzburg. About 20 minutes into the trip we could hear someone asking for passports. The next minute the police were marching four refugees past us. They took them off the train at the next station. The train conductor, yes they have train conductors, told us that they were illegal immigrants probably from Romania.
Salzburg is so different ...
... were lying nearby. The floorboards, about a foot wide, creak and groan as you walk across them. A general military museum is contained in there as well with medieval armour, uniforms and other memorabilia, including instruments of torture. Fortunately there is a funicular which takes people up and down so we didn't have to walk up. As it was we walked our feet off and collapsed in a heap when we got back. Tomorrow the Hop On, Hop Off ...