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... on the slope! Well, not really, they were just flattening the snow I think but they were all in time and there was music so it looked funny. I took a video to add to this too.
There was some other cool stuff we wanted to do nearby. We drove to a castle and past an ice cave but they were both closed. It seems like a lot of things here close for winter which is a shame, there has been plenty to see anyway though and staying here has been very nice.
... br> I moved to London and lived in Finsbury Park and West Hampstead
I worked for a temp agency, interned for London Youth Games and am currently a project coordinator for TMPW
I met loads of family in Ireland on both mum and dad's sides
I went to Wimbledon and saw the men's quarter finals
I went to Geneva for my birthday to watch Federer play in the Davis Cup
I saw the Wallabies play England at Twickenham and ...
... the ski hire place in our little town and asked about hiring skis for me and a snowboard for Ben. It seems like its really cheap here it was only 12 euros to hire for half a day. There are plenty of little ski slopes around here with their own ski lifts which are apparently very cheap to use. There is no big ski resort in this area with lots of slopes, but it seems it will be good for us to pick it up again here because its not so steep. Hopefully we can do that ...
... on an underground boat. I got to sit at the front with the tour guide lady. When we reached the other side of the river we saw the biggest piece of salt from the mine.
In the afternoon we went to the Salzburg Palace to listen to music. We listened to some music from Mozart and his dad. A man played it on a harpsichord.
Salzburg is a fascinating place with a lot of tours, castles and cafes.
By Will ...
... down narrow alleyways to a little bar owned by and older woman who served us great wine and grappa for 1/10 of the price I’d pay for this back home. Becky even had the house cat sit on her lap while we had our glass of wine, so she was in heaven.
We left the next morning for Opatija (pronounced O – pat – e – ya … in Slovenia and Croatia, the "j" is pronounced as a “y”). Will post more ...