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We have just come back from a lovely trip up to Lake Konigssee, and a boat trip down the lake to St Bartholoma. The lake is nestled between the mountains, and is 602m above sea level with an average depth of 150m. It is the cleanest lake in Germany, with the water being pure enough to be classified ...
Yes... we finally made it to the highlight of the trip for Eamon...... The Sound of Music tour :)We spent this afternoon touring round Salzburg in a mini-bus with 6 Americans and David our tour leader, visiting key buildings and film spots from the film, whilst in between times singing along with the sound track.....E loved it as you can imagine :) Seriously though... I think I heard a "bright copper kettles and warm ...
... event of the above ground buildings being destroyed or temporarily falling into enemy hands. The whole museum was really interesting. We had a picnic on the hill above the museum, and then headed to the Berchtesgaden alpine museum in the town. It had an exhibition about the national park, how it was formed, and the flora and fauna that live there - really well done. All in all a really fun and educational day ...
... to visit like the torture chamber, not where torture was carried out but where they stored the instruments used for torture, and the Fortress Chapel. Unfortunately, it started to rain (rain was forecast between 3 and 4) but this was the first time we really had any bad weather in the last week or more.
Janet and I went to Mozart's Birthplace while the girls went browsing through the shops. The self-guided tour was pretty neat ... ...
... pulling up outside the Hotel Elefant at Sigmund-Haffner-Gasse, just a few steps away from the famous shopping street Getreidegasse. Less than 15 euros, and just a 15-minute transfer from airport to hotel. A smooth start to our trip. Apart from the rain, which is showing no sign of letting up.
Too early to check in, we stow our suitcases in the lobby, and decide to risk the biblical rainstorm to find somewhere for a “welcome to ...