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... an opportunity for a snowball fight - which was everywhere!!! One learnt to be on the look out for the ever on the ball Dan.
On Tuesday and Wednesday we headed into Old Town and took a hop on hop off bus around the city. We visited Mozart's birth house and place of residence, learnt about the sound of music filming, visited the castle that overlooks the city and tested out a few tasty restaurants.
The snow changes a place so much. If we returned ...
... off little blasts here and there. When midnight finally rolled around boy did the skies light up with fireworks all over the place! It was just brilliant. The snow had finally stopped falling, it was -2 degrees and mum and I danced in the snow welcoming in the new year. After some hard work building an epic snowman earlier in the evening Dan and Dad retired to bed early.
I visited X countries and X towns (that I ...
... which hopefully we can go around at some point.
After a while the snow was starting to seep through our clothes, so we decided to head back. I did buy an extra warm scarf today which is nice, but it seems to attract snow and it just sticks to it so it got soaked. Today went surprisingly fast though and there is plenty more too see in the town, I want to go to the museum and there is an ice rink which looks like fun, im probably pretty rusty by now though!
Got up and had breakfast. Not too early. The lads went to the kids club for a few hours and we walked around the village and planned a few trips. Had lunch at the hotel and Went to Moor and More. An area at the foothills of the mountains that has racks with various children's play areas etc. Went back to the hotel and had the afternoon cakes. Rosario took the lads to the Panorama pool place and I went to see the Cork v Tipp match. Dinners at about 7 and some games afterwards before ...
... So first stop off the bus and we head to the Hohensalzburg Fortress. It has a cable car up to the top and amazing views of the city once you are there. We are straight in to the tower and have an audio guide tour. I learn that Salzburg was an autonomous state for most of history and made all its money from salt mining. Next we head down again and to the Salzburg museum. We pretty much have the place to ourselves but move at a steady pace through ...