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... city of Salzburg is like eating a decadent strudel with light vanilla custard ... It's such a classic ! Strewn with fountains, the colours of the city are pastels, light pinks and yellows. While the backdrop is rolling mountains and castle walls. Salzburg is definitely a dessert !!!! The old town is made of tight little baroque style streets and you can totally understand why Mozart became the musician he was considering the inspirational city he was born ...
... Alps on the horizon. On our way down, we made a pit stop by the abbey which was so famous in the Sound of Music and I even recognized several points where scenes were shot.
We ended the day by grabbing some Weiner Schnitzel at a local restaurant and finding a small Adoration Chapel, praying for a few minutes, then going to another empty church and singing the Divine Mercy Chaplet. Yet another incredible day in ...
... we soaked up the sun and ate them. It was so nice not to wear a coat and to be able to sit on the grass, without it being wet. We went to a music performance in the residency. They played traditional instruments and songs. It was really good until the harpsichord broke so we didn't get to listen to the last piece. We met some more Australians and went out for dinner and then to an Irish pub with them, where we met even more Aussies! It was a fun ...
... price and good for a year. The Czech Republic has a vignette system for their autoroutes but not understanding any Czech at all, written or spoken, we blissfully drove to Prague and out again to Germany without ever comprehending that we needed a vignette. I am uncertain how vignette enforcement occurs in the Czech Republic but since we entered and departed in a few days just before Christmas maybe the toll police were off on holidays. Thank goodness. ...
27.09.13 The hills are alive.... Spent the day in Salzberg a lovely town made famous for its role in the movie 'Sound of music' and the birthplace of Wolfgang Mozart. Luckily for us the rain held off, giving us a chance to explore the town. Again the old town was filled with tiny cobbled alleyways filled with small shops, bursting with anything you could imagine. All the buildings had their own unique character, some boasting alabarate colours others with detailed carvings. Enjoyed ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed