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... Vienna opera house, street musicians performing in the streets. Vienna is a shoppers dream, which I would compare with London, Paris or New York. There is a street (actually 3 or 4 blocks) which is referred to as the "unaffordable street". We saw many well known stores: Mont Blanc, Louis Vuitton, Ferrari, Maserati, Tiffany, etc. We spent 3.5 days in Vienna, visiting the ...
... very fast. There were lots of foot bridges across the river. And of course, lots of trains went by as we rode. When we got to Mayrhofen we went to the train station where the steam train was getting ready to leave for its afternoon trip through the valley. We had decided not to ride it as we have driven the valley several times. We waited and took pictures as it pulled out of the station.
Then we rode our ...
... hackbrett (a stringed instrument), zither, rafelle (an old stringed instrument), and cowbells. Two men played the Alphorn in harmony. There was lots of Yodel-song and ended with the march of the mountaineers. For the finale they played and sang a song from each country of the people who were there, except for Bolivia for which they did not have a song. It took a while to get out of the parking lot because of all the buses. We got back to the apartment about 11:00.
... a bit out of the way for getting to Salzburg but many pretty scenes, houses and mountains were evident on the road there. This little town is very pretty indeed – high, snowy mountains and a great big lake. Plenty of pretty little houses also. We had a good walk around – took plenty of photos including a funny one of Craig wearing an interesting hat – he looks so much like Poppa in that photo. Only bad thing was that ...
... hit his hat a few times. Children began working in the mines at age 11. The working conditions were terrible and the average age of death was 35 years when the average for the whole population was over 50. For a long time this mine provided over 80% of the silver in the world, at least until silver started being mined in the New World. The tour lasted about an hour and a half and because we were going downhill on the way out we went ...