Alm- & Wellnesshotel Alpenhof
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... went to a pub. I ordered a Berliner Weisser - a beer that is sweetened with fruit flavour & served with a straw. I enjoyed this much more than a regular beer, which is, of course, what Jared had. I had read about the curry wurst, so I went for it. Bratwurst covered in onions with ketchup & curry powder - surprisingly good. Jared had a huge pork leg with sauerkraut and dumpling. It was just what we expected for typical German pub ...
... 8217;s edge attempting to make friends with a large white swan who was more interested in grooming itself than her. She sat there for well over ten minutes taking pictures of it, all the while attempting to lure it closer. All that while I myself would be trying to photographically capture the place and the moment. From there we walked down the main lane paralleling the lake leading into the center of town. Most of ...
... the bus to go into the largely-pedestrian heart of Salzburg's old town. We quickly reserved seats for a couple of Mozart chamber-music concerts...the town pretty much revolves around the child-prodigy who was born and lived here (lived here, that is, when he wasn't touring Europe, which consumed a third of his short life). After wandering through the maze of alleys that define the old town, we took a boat cruise on the Salzach River, and ...
... to catch a glimpse or touch him as he was leaving. Many would not wash their hands for days after being able to shake Hitler's hand. They showed clippings of people cheering and adoring Hitler as they surrounded his house. These are not the images we vision when hearing the name Hitler.
The Eagle's Nest was next. This was Hitler's ...
... chalet in a stunningly green meadow with a hugely long waterfall tumbling down to the ground. When you looked back you could see the mountains reflected in the lake and no sign of humans on the landscape at all. After that they went to a museum about the Second World War ...