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... people we've met and we enjoyed talking to them so much. I especially love the accents and their different nicknames and expressions for things like "blimey!" and "touch wood" instead of "knock on wood". Our room had a beautiful view over Lake Hallstatt and a wonderful breakfast each morning, complete with a different variation of Jane's homemade muffins, fresh fruit, cereals, hot fresh coffee, tea, rolls, hard boiled eggs, cheese, jams, etc, etc. We were totally spoiling ...
... touring the Hohensalzburg Fortress, we met a couple from Kansas City who were glad to take our photo from high atop the fortress, and we took their picture as well. They told us they were traveling to Hallstatt that evening and would spend two days there. To our surprise we ran into the same couple again in the little city of Hallstatt. This time we stopped another kind stranger and asked him to make our photo together, so ...
Just a wee jaunt planned for today. The master plan is to head for the " lake district" of Sound of Music fame. We looked at going to Salzburg and signing up for a 50th anniversary Sound of Music tour. For $50 each we were going to be driven in a bus to the lake district so it seemed obvious to just stick with Plan A. Before all of this we're going to have a lazy day to take advantage of another ...
We left Vienna under beautiful sunny skies for the Melk Abbey. The drive to the Abbey at Melk took a little longer than anticipated as Miles routed us for a tour of the Austrian countryside that we had not planned. Lovely, rolling hills of farmland that created a lovely patchwork quilt. Golden crops of dried corn stocks, cow pastures dotted with cows and sheep and new soil turned for the next crop. The Abbey was in the town of Melk and easy to find as it sits prominity on a ...
We do go from one extreme to another. This town is super tiny. It's here because salt used to mean big money and they had a salt mine. We will ride another funicular up the side of a mountain (a recurring theme with us) tomorrow to tour the mine. It was closed by the time we got to it today.
We left early and walked to the underground station which was literally 3 minutes from our hotel. So awesome we have small suitcases to ...