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... in Salzburg had an open roof in certain areas, so at times the snow was actually falling inside the building! We hailed a cab (note: some cabs don't like 4 people with 4 bags) and drove to our hotel, all the while being amazed at what was going on.
It was early afternoon when we arrive and now well and truley hungry we headed out for a lovely feed, or so we thought. In Salzburg most restaurants and cafes close their kitchen, or shut completely between ...
... 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 ...
So today was the first day of 2015 and the sun finally came out and the snow stopped! I was very happy because its much nicer being able to go out for a walk without getting soaked. We didn't have any plans for today because everything is closed. Since the weather was so nice we decided that we should go out sightseeing as we could actually see the mountains from our hotel! We drove to Seekirchen am Wallersee which is a town on a lake about 20 minutes from where we ...
... but no close calls.
After crossing the river we decided to walk up to the castle. We figured most people were still in church (it was about 10:30), and Burghausen was pretty much deserted. We walked up a very steep hill to get to the castle, and while we were walking up the hill the weather started turning very humid - the most humid it's been since we got here by far. We made it close to the top of the hill and saw a fair number ...
... haulage traffic (as this was an unplanned night halt, Syd had done no internet research before we left). Eventually, we walked up a steep, steep incline, through someone's private road to the reach the main road within 250m of the exit into town, along a gentler hill, and then a final 300m walk to the site. That first hill reduced Val to tears as she struggled up, almost exhausted. As is common in Austria, the site office did not ...