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... dishes were bratwurst and schnitzel, but enjoyed lunch outside in the snow with some great music then hit the slopes non stop until 4pm when the lift closed -enjoyed a beer in the adorable ski town before catching the 5pm train back to St. Gallen. I would definitely go back here!
The land of Mozart, the backdrop from the Sound of Music, and an epicenter for beautiful hand crafted Christmas decor! We didn't ...
... the church was spectacular - every walkway was framed with beautiful and fragrant flowers and intricate signs. The church catacombs offered a fun break from the beauty as we climbed through narrow passageways and old staircases.
Perched atop Monchsberg Mountain, the Hohensalzburg Fortress loomed over the entire city. A quick funicular ride to the top of the mountain allowed for easy access inside the fortress walls. We explored the Marionette Museum, explored the old ...
Toured Mozart's residence which was another free entry with the Salzburg Card.
Marlene and I went shopping, and saw a Xmas store with multi, multi dozens of decorated eggs...crazy. And the guys went to the catacombs.
€37 for a bus tour through lakes and mountains to the Sound of Music locations.
At the end of the tour Glenn got up ...
... and cuts on my feet, it was worth the days of pain I experienced (and am still experiencing) purely for the views, and the fresh mountain air!
3. Find somewhere to drink. There isn't much else to do when you're there for 5 or 6 days.
4. Get into the local cuisine and atmosphere! I'm vegetarian, I can't do such things, but it looked good.
5. Don't be ignorant like me and presume that Austrian's speak Austrian. They don't. They speak German.
Peety and I were planning on walking around Burghausen, Germany (about 20 minutes away from the apartment) and exploring the town for the day and walking up to the castle. In my very first post once I got here, I mentioned that we passed the castle on the way to his apartment. It's the longest castle in Europe - over a kilometer long. We have passed it while driving a number of times (it's on the main road going north), but we've never stopped at ...