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... memorable were the Imperial Palace, Sisi's museum & St. Stephens Cathedral. The story of Sisi (Elizabeth, empress of Austria) is quite fascinating, I would encourage you to google her & read about her life.
Today we took the train from Vienna to Kitzbuhel. We had to transfer trains in Worgl, & expected to have 16 mins to make the connections. Well ...
Today we slept in a bit. We had a slow beginning of the day. I put a load of wash in the washer. Thank goodness the owner was here and a woman, Heidi, who spoke excellent English. I about dropped my teeth when the owner said it would take 2 hours to wash. I worked on my blog while I waited. I had over 234 pictures from yesterday and I put 92 into the blog - way too many. Facebook will only publish the first 25. At about ...
... a bit out of the way for getting to Salzburg but many pretty scenes, houses and mountains were evident on the road there. This little town is very pretty indeed – high, snowy mountains and a great big lake. Plenty of pretty little houses also. We had a good walk around – took plenty of photos including a funny one of Craig wearing an interesting hat – he looks so much like Poppa in that photo. Only bad thing was that ...
... and laying down in the grass far below us. I think they must have been Chamois, based on what I can find on the internet on animals in the Alps. But only the babies had the distinctive face markings Chamois are supposed to have.
Then we continued on the road, through two tunnels (Stollen), to get to the Hochtor. After that we had to go back down some more switchbacks. The road was getting busier so we got stuck in a long line of cars. But amazingly there were a ...
... watching the sky light up and crashing parties. Ben also brought with him a broom to sweep the streets (known as “strassekehren” or “street care”) clean from firework debris. This made him an instant favorite among the locals—they take ...