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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... t remember it ever being on TV before... but perhaps because the cast had recently been interviewed together and that was part of the package. We had it on throughout the afternoon, and it was a great way to while away a quiet NYD. I sought out the DVD after that, to no avail at the time. As luck would have it - this being the 50th anniversary year - new DVDs were produced - so I picked one up a couple of months ago. I think I'll watch it on New Year's Day. :) When I was going ...
... the end of that boat ride. It was so. And it was lovely. Reminded me of when I was in Bangkok a number of years ago, and was also staying at a much more lowly hotel accommodation, and found it a must to eat at the Oriental Hotel now and then! Not that mine now is quite in the same category, yet it is not Hotel Sacher. I had to take pictures - it was magnificent. Fancy suited me, I thought! Hahaha! More later... off to see how alive those hills really ...
I thought my jet lag was over, but it keeps on giving. This morning, I've had two wee pots of coffee and plan to stay awake a little longer. In spite of the crash late yesterday afternoon, I managed to cover quite a bit of ground prior the big sleep. There is so much to do in Salzburg, but rather than booking anything right away, I decided to wander aimlessly to the Old Town (Altstadt) on day one, which threw me into the throng of tourists, as the Altstadt in ...
... us. The farm she works on has 25 cows, all with cow bells, the size relative to the size of the cow. Apparently they are let out at night and are inside during the day. We thought it would be the other way round. The cows are milked by hand first and then on a machine. She was amazed when we told her the size of herds in NZ. Remember I said it was quite Autumny in Munich? Well it's back to summer here, shorts and sandals again. ...
... central Salzburg for a look around the city. Known as Mozarts home town, we wandered around Mozartplatz and stopped in at a souvenir store so I could by my token tacky momento of the famous musician – a Mozart choccy, which was quite good mix of pistachio and hazelnut, but not great.
We had a look around the beautiful old buildings and wandered halfway up to the hilltop fortress for a look over the city, before heading back to the camper, ...