Hotel Schloss Mondsee
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It is finally the day we have been waiting for! We popped out of bed with songs stuck in our heads and started to walk to the meeting spot. we were greeted by a woman in traditional Austrian clothing and aviators... This was going to be great. Our first stop was the pond where the back of the house is filmed. On the way there we drove through the …
... in San Marco square. This place was a true gem. Behind the palace walls was room upon room of the most decadent artwork covering the walls and ceilings. It is also home to the largest piece of artwork in the world. This museum was much more than a palace - it included a rich history of Venice's politics and the royal family and included access to the old prison cells and weapons used in war. This city has a colourful history and through my walking ...
With an early start from Munich, we boarded a train to Salzburg, Austria. Although it was drizzling, we were able to make the most of the day and explore this beautiful city. With the train station being a few miles from the heart of the city, we were able to stroll along the Salzach River and explore many of the local vendors along the river.
The walkway along the river brought us directly to the Old Town (Alstadt). The main street (Getreidgasse) held many different shops ...
... shot. Nonnberg Abbey The Nonnberg Abbey is still an active convent today. This is where "real" Maria was a novice and where she and Baron von Trapp got married in real life. The Abbey does not allow visits within its walls, however you can walk up to the front gate to the Gothic church. Salzburg Lake District The next step of the tour involved a drive out into the lake district, passing Lake Fuschl and Lake Wolfgang where scenes of the picnic were filmed. 360 degree vistas ...
... good information about Salzburg and the surrounding area. When we arried at the cave, we had to walk in the rain for about 20 minutes (I forgot my umbrella) from the carpark up to the cable car where we waited in line for another half an hour. We then had another 20 minute walk after the cable car to get to the opening of the cave, so it was quite an effort to get to. We waited a few minutes for a tour to start and then went inside the ice cave with our tour guide Michael. It ...