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... here way back when. I love the story of the centuries ago Archbishop who had the palace built and lived there with his mistress and 15 children! In Search of a Fortress: I decided to attend a Mozart Concert and a dinner in the fortress for Friday evening. I gave myself lots of time to get to the Old Town, so that I could wander and explore my way to either walk up or take the Funicular (cable car). I did both actually - walked most of the way up in the afternoon, stopping ...
... but didn't experience them. Perhaps I might want to, Ron, as tomorrow will be hot! Took a ride down the Salzach River yesterday as well, and the boat guy showed us Hotel Sacher Salzburg (part of the famous one in Vienna), and so it goes that royalty stays there, as well as has been host to famous movie stars. Of course with all the walking around and touring yesterday, I thought I would treat myself to lunch in one of the small cafes at Hotel ...
... High and by the end of the day, the students were wearing their US shirts!! After the classroom visits we met with the principals of KuMax, Maria Ward and Cleveland High School! It was lovely! We discussed formal things about the GAPP exchange and had some coffee and cake. The evening was spent at a student performance at Maria Ward Realschule. The play was about the life of Maria Ward - she originally came from England. As a catholic nun she sought out to educate the ...
... had some pretty simple instructions on how to get to our accommodation.
Thankfully the storm had stopped at this time but we still manage to loose our way. Finally we arrived at our destination and our accommodation for the next two nights. The accommodation is only a 3 minute walk from the station. The accommodation is adequate but the bed is not large and not that comfortable.
After a short time at our accommodation we received ...
... steep cable car takes you up to (steeper than the
one at Katoomba and much, much faster).
Up in the fortress there are the most spectacular views, down onto the town
(where the population is quite small for a city- only 150,000) and out to the
Alps, which luckily for us were snow covered. We explored the fortress
(unfortunately a lot of the displays were only in German, so we translated the
very bare minimum we could) and then returned to the town to ...