- Continental Breakfast
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... out of a parking lot while walking the few blocks back to our apartment. Also marveled at how well-behaved the crowd was and how quickly the city cleaned up the party by the next morning.
So now, Christmas is over. The sun is setting later, we have daylight until 4:15! Tim is back at work and we're looking forward to travel scheduled for 2015. Next on the agenda: Bucharest! I will be accompanying Tim on a business trip later this month. Hope it warms up a little...
CRUISING DAY - Linz / Salzburg / Passau
Today is Christmas Day and my 62nd birthday!
We disembarked in the morning in Linz and have chosen to take the 'Sound of Music' themed tour for the day. We were bussed into Salzburg 2 hours away minutes away stopping briefly in the Austrian Lake District and at Mondsee to go inside the church where Baron von Trapp and Maria got married in the musical film 'The Sound of Music'.
Travelled on to Salzburg ...
... Lumes. This is where the fun began. We decided to see where reception was before we got our cases out. Reception was on the first floor so we came across this tiny little lift 900x900. It was so cute so I said "let's see if we can all get in" it was a bit of a squeeze but we managed to all get in laughing about the size of it. Then the lift came to an abrupt holt. We pushed the alarm button after a while and we could hear a female voice asking us how many people were in the lift. ...
... a very exciting moment for us.
The next morning we reluctantly left our nice accommodation and waited for our bus to Vienna. After having long skype conversations with Mil’s friend Sharna, her sister Beth and her mum we waited patiently for our bus to pick us up. Right on time at 3pm a couple of Czech guys arrived and chucked our bags in the back of their car. With broken English we asked where the bus took us from. ...
... it sits on. Most of the castle dates from around the 13th and early 14th century, while the interior is typical Baroque (and of course, if it’s not Baroque, don’t fix it!). Unfortunately, being a small town, even a tourist-centric one, the castle exhibits close about 5pm on Saturday and open in the afternoon on Sunday, so couldn’t actually go in the castle. But we did get to see some of the grounds, walk across the ...