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Travel Blogs from Saint Johann im Pongau / Alpendorf
... and though a strange thing to say, but for a place connected with death it was surprisingly appealing and beautiful. Before catching the shutle back to the car, we strolled down Getreidegasse, a traditional shopping street in the Old Town, including the birthplace of Mozart’s, that most famous of Salzburg`s sons. As well as tourist shops, there are also several western brands, including McDonalds, but most charmingly they have a little brass ...
Today when I woke up I felt excited, because we planned lots of things for kids. First we went on a gondola up a very big mountain Grosse Spiecke. Once we were up the mountain there was a one and half hour walk to the very top. On our way we saw ferret holes, lots of ...
... in a short period. Many of the prominent Nazi buildings have been destroyed but the tour still shows how the mountain was littered with Nazis. I am grateful I could experience the Eagles Nest and all the history behind it! It was a rather quiet last evening in Austria. I made my preparations for tomorrow and wanted a quiet evening. I hungout with Matt and a few Americans to watch the soccer match and then the sound of music. Tomorrow: Munich, ...
I had a meager breakfast with Matt (the Australian) and the Brits this morning before I checked out to head to Hallstatt! I have been looking forward to this side trip ever since I booked it! Luckily, Matt came with me since he also wanted to see the town. I said good bye to my favorite (and only!) British friends and Matt and I went to the train station to start the journey. We had to make a change at a little village and after the change the ...
Yes, you guessed it. We woke up early AGAIN to have breakfast at the hotel and take the car... Parking was free only until 9am! After quite a bit of traffic, and after driving in Austria-Germany-Austria-Germany (and after driving on highways with unmarked speed limits where Mark had a bit of fun!), we arrived in Berchtesgaden, a municipality in the German Bavarian alps, where we visited the town by foot which included a walk through a gorgeous cemetery, and then we drove ...
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