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The sound of music is not what you think it is. Salzburg is the birthplace of Mozart and everywhere you go his music being played from busking ensembles to background music on audio guides. It is beautiful, not that I know much about it. I will have to investigate more. The house where he lived with his family for seven years is now a museum. A number of his original instruments are on display including his violin and ...
... book and feeling quite exhausted. I also unfortunately started to run a fever, burning up quite warm so I pretty much stayed in bed the rest of the night, sleeping here and there, my fever seeming to mostly pass around 10pm or so but I still felt quite exhausted.
The next day I was feeling a bit better but still quite tired and feeling slightly sick. I only had a short two ...
... Stef and Pat dropped us off downtown, while they went up to the Eagle's Nest in Berchtesgarten and the Salt mines. We decided to take a city bus tour. We thoroughly enjoyed seeing many things and learning about them. Though I have seen the house from Sound of Music, i think I enjoyed seeing it even more this time. What a treat. After the bus we needed to find something else to do that didn't require much walking so we took the boat trip. It was beautiful and the ...
... it wasn't. Then back in the car headed for the alps. We stopped in Berchtesgarden to look around. We stopped for coffee and ice cream. Pat and Stefani will return tomorrow to go the the 'Eagles Nest' and the salt mines. Continued driving to Salzburg only to find out our hotel reservations had been given away because we had to be there by 6. With difficulty we found another hotel. Regrouped and out for dinner. God is the best tour ...
... a large plot of land containing perhaps a hundred tiny gardens, cheek by jowl, each with it’s own tiny house. Overlooking the whole area is an enormous castle, squatting on a steep rock outcropping. Stopping back at the hotel after our walk around the lake, we asked what the best route was into Salzburg, and were advised that it is best to walk, as it only takes fifteen minutes. Fifteen minutes, two canals, and a large open field ...