Hotel Waidringer Hof
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... and had the gift of adding cultural references from both. He was quite the lovely character, in a gracious sort of way, and made the trip. We learned quite a bit about Salzburg and its history, as well as information and settings for the film. I remember when I saw the Sound of Music years ago, I loved the music. Well, and the love story of course. In recent years, when Mom was still with us, and in her house - the movie happened to be on TV on New Year's Day. Not sure why, as ...
... the market - enjoying not only the stalls of everything one could possibly imagine: sausages, cheeses, wicker art baskets, brooms, finely embroidered linens... Not only was there incredible variety - but the sheer size of the market (blocks it seemed) was daunting. Also, the colours were so enjoyable. One of my favourite parts of that experience was seeing little old ladies and little old men - usually dressed to the nines - out to get their ...
... and I was truly getting soaked... Thankfully I got re-mapped and rerouted myself back in the right direction. I might have popped in somewhere to stay dry like any sensible person - but I chose to forge on and wend my way back. Wend my way back I did, and by the time I returned, I was literally soaked to the bone. My rainjacket was useless, my travel purse let in all the wet. All. Very. Wet. The picture of my journal is a reminder to me why I want to go digital. :) ...
... top of the hill overlooking the city. The funicular to the top provides a stunning view of the city and the guided/audio tour gave us access to some of the hidden cellars and rooms within. Built in 1077 by Archbishop Gebhard, the Fortress served as a refuge for Archbishops during the Peasant’s War in the 16th century. It has been added to over time and it’s largest expansion during 1459 and 1519 is how you see the Fortress today, making ...
... brief view of this gorgeous lake and mountains mom and I got dropped off in the National Park's administration building for an hour to watch a video of what the Alps look like instead of actually going to go see them. The video was like Dad just turned on Netflix, so mom and I found coffee instead until the guide picked us back up. The guide herself was a little crazy but mom and I made the best of the day by laughing about everything. It ...