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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... so no pics will do it justice (I took video though). So instead of a snow pic, I have attached a special photo I took today at the zoo.
Then after that excitement I got the funicular up to the fortress and my battery died after 3 photos so they are not very good but it was worth it to get a video of the Pumas.
Now am hoping for some sun tomorrow which is my last day in Salzburg. I wanna see those magnificent mountains.
... the beautiful lake of Konigsee. I had 'ahhhhed' over the lake in pictures, back in sweaty Brunei, dreaming of cruising along those deep still waters, gazing up at the white-dusted fir trees on the slopes of the mighty mountains beyond, the white peaks glinting in the wonter sun against the blue sky ... and it was absolutely nothing like that! Weather... You never know what you'll get. Although the forecast predicted snow, it turned out to be ...
... Ok, that's not true.
Although no snow, I'm almost as excited about the prospect of seeing some sun tomorrow, as I have not seen one bit of sun since I left Sydney. The last tiny patch of blue sky I saw poking through clouds was in London, but haven't seen the orb since I left home. I'm doing the touristy places tomorrow so hopefully I will have some amazing views ahead of me.
When the Sound of Music was released in 1965, its Salzburg opening was a flop. It stayed in its hometown for three and a half weeks before the film was sent packing back to Hollywood. The most popular musical in the history of movies ran for four and a half years on Broadway and arguably help make Salzburg (population only 150,000) a premier American tourist destination, yet the Salzburg citizens didn't much care for some of ...
... and down crag, it was a good enough workout for me. Every few steps offered a different angle of the alps. The lower summit (Salzburger Hochthron) was about 100m squared of grassy rock and more than 30 were people spread out over it having a picnic, taking photos etc. I sat and had my lunch (pretzel and cured chipolatas) for nearly an hour, marvelling at the view and watching the small black birds circling the summit waiting for crumbs. Untersberg straddles ...