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What's that through the window this morning? Blue skies! Not time to shed the coats though.. still a chilly - 8 at 8am...Forecast is for top of -1 so that is do-able!!
Off to explore more of the "old town".. so with map & suggested look at points, best get walking.. The great thing about Salzburg is that both sides of the Salzach river , everything a tourist wants to see is within walking distance.. The height ...
... green and red theme abounds.
A trip up Hohensalzburg Castle, (dating back to 1077 , with a length of 250 metres and a
width of 150 metres, it is one of the largest medieval castles in Europe) is made a lot easier and safer by the funicular railway (built in 1892) .. for 8:80 euros return the trip of some 98 metres high in sixty seconds. atop the hill the view is one of winter beauty. Snow covered rooftops, ...
... tour here in Salzburg and surrounding areas. We take the 3 hour tour and see filming locations for every song in the film. We climb every mountain on the way and see the buildings used in the classic musical as well as get a history on the making of the same. The highlight was Michelle singing loudly to EVERY song as it blasted over the loud-speakers. The special moment being at the end of tour with the everyone singing along to the ...
... on the other. It is located on the site of an old Roman town and was a popular spot for archaeological digs. It was also very popular with royalty, artists, writers and vacationers in general because of its picturesque setting. In its heyday, Hallstatt was a major trading port because of the nearby salt mines. Today, it is mostly sustained by tourism and is a cute, little town to explore.
We followed a short walking tour that was laid out in our guide book ...
... to check it out. There were four organs at the front organized under the dome. Mozart used to play in this church as one of the organists. The dome was really neat and there were lots of details on the upper part of the pillars and archways. We also saw an enormous baptismal font near the entrance.
We wandered into the next square where there was a golden globe sculpture with a man standing on it. This is part of a program initiated by the ...
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