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... however, the skies exploded with fireworks from all across town. We stood outside out hotel and watched people letting them off in the car parks and roadside. I'd say it wouldn't have been a good time to go driving. And the fireworks were magnificent, just like if the pros had done it.
New Year's Day was a very quiet day in the town. Nothing opens on a public holiday only the Chinese buffet across the road and the servos. Mum and I went for a walk ...
... off little blasts here and there. When midnight finally rolled around boy did the skies light up with fireworks all over the place! It was just brilliant. The snow had finally stopped falling, it was -2 degrees and mum and I danced in the snow welcoming in the new year. After some hard work building an epic snowman earlier in the evening Dan and Dad retired to bed early.
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... its not snowing and you can just enjoy the sun.
We decided to go to Mondsee next which is another lake town. It was very pretty as it was surrounded by mountains on all sides. There was one restaurant open there which was right on the lake front and had a lovely view. We had some lunch there and watched the tour busses come through. I'm glad we got a car and can explore in our own time is all I'm going to say about that haha!
On the way back ...
... going nowhere...sideways. The next day we went and bought snow chains.
As the only resort in the Alps with good snow & a majority of ski lifts open we decided to make our way back into Italy to Cervinia on Monday. This is the Italian side of Zermatt and this means that the huge Matterhorn guides you into the town. Luckily we were driving in as the whole of Italy was leaving the resort. This is where our skiing begins .... but sadly our last ...
... We immediately took it upon ourselves to explore the area, finding that we are a 2 minute walk from the Hohensalzburg Castle, where one can see most of the city. It was a breathtaking view from a most unexpected gem. We ran around the Marketendersch÷▀l (our new temporary home) to get a feel of the layout. The bottom floor (considered to be floor "0" here because Europeans are weird) is where our Mensa (dining room) is, as well as the Winter Garden, where we meet for ...