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... Most people who know me will have heard the story of how I once held my bladder for 10 hours straight on a bus in China (unlike everyone else, I didn't feel hugely comfortable peeing in a plastic bucket in the aisle), so I'm feeling quietly confident I can manage until we take our first rest stop on this journey. Not this time. Oh no. I have spent the last 2 hours nearly in tears ...
... and shops were thematically colored in natural wood tones and covered in hanging plants and flowers. Occasionally there would be an opening in the right side of the lane providing a view and access to the lake. As we pushed further inward there were a plethora of handicraft and souvenir shops to cater to the abundance of tourists. Clearly Hallstatt was on the tour route as there were half a dozen buses just outside ...
... 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 ...
... rivers, it feels right. We grabbed a local map and followed the recommended walking tour, taking us past all the main sights. The streets here are much like any other smaller European town, cobblestoned and lined with all sorts of shops selling local goods. We walked across the river and into the Old Town where we saw many an old cathedral and lots of lovely buildings. For any of you who have seen the Sound of Music and remember the scenes with Salzburg in the background, that is ...
... Austrian cuisine. After lunch we got started on the sightseeing and ventured around the city centre. We managed to walk straight past Mozart's birth house a couple of times (note to tourists: look up!), and see a few other random sights in the city centre as well as the Salzburg glockenspiels and the Cathedral. We then managed to find a fabulous patisserie in the city centre with an enormous range of treats where we sat and had ...