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... and later, to power factories. The use of water for sanitation is likely why Saltzburg was one of the few towns in Austria to avoid the Plague. That evening we dined at a traditional Austrian restaurant, Zirkelwurt. Deb had goulash soup which was quite thick and spicy (quite different from the Hungarian Goulash soup she had in Budapest) and Jack had a plate of goulash and salad. The atmosphere was rustic and the food was hearty. The next morning we were up early for a bus ...
... check things out. Hopping on the train we saw more people in lederhosen and dirndls than regular clothes. People of all ages were dressed up, some with colourful hats decorated with long feathers. Also, it was quite apparent that people of all ages were enjoying the beer at Oktoberfest as we saw several people stumbling onto the train. Once we reached the grounds we discovered Oktoberfest was very similar to the Calgary Stampede ...
... headed out of town and came across the house that was used for the back of Captain Von Trapp's house which was surrounded by a quiet lake and plenty of weeping willows. We ventured further out of town our guide blasting "Sound of Music" tunes along the way. The landscape of Salzburg is beautiful with lush treed mountains and green valleys. Our cycle tour took us past the house which was used as the front of Captain Von Trapp's house and ...
Then onto Hitler's holiday house, Eagle Nest, high in the mountains. It was absolutely wonderful and the view was incredible. Hitler didn't actually like the place much so there wasn't heaps of history but the 360 views were amazing and I did a little exploring in the rocks. Not too cold as I was still in shorts, but very pleasant.
Onto Munich where the hotel is 4 star, a bit ...
Well... this was it. My final day of singing in Salzburg.
After German class, I met with my opera director from school, Marie-Louise, just outside the college. I was so thrilled to be able to meet with her while abroad; she is staying in Munich and it was a manageable train ride from there to here. When we found each other, I took her to an Austrian restaurant I had visited before and we had a lovely time catching up. When finished, I needed to get ...
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