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... this has become somewhat of an annual pilgrimage, usually to the Istrian peninsula and Rovinj which we love, but this year we have decided to venture a little further afield and take the coast road as far south as Dubrovnik, poking our nose into Montenegro to visit another of the 14 villages in Europe called Malta and then making our way back overland through part ...
... a bit out of the way for getting to Salzburg but many pretty scenes, houses and mountains were evident on the road there. This little town is very pretty indeed – high, snowy mountains and a great big lake. Plenty of pretty little houses also. We had a good walk around – took plenty of photos including a funny one of Craig wearing an interesting hat – he looks so much like Poppa in that photo. Only bad thing was that ...
... first to enter the bunkers as evidenced by the insignia on the wall (sorry Band of Brothers). It was a fascinating walk through history.
The last stop of the day was to drive the narrowest road in all of Austria up to Eagle's Nest on one of the special buses that journeys up to the top of the mountain. Over 3,000 men worked day and night, winter and summer, for 13 months to complete the road project. The road was blasted out of the mountainside, and featured a series ...
... Cheryl said the poor guy was apologizing and told her he would go make another one (which he didi). Oh Cheryl.
Anyway, “Stephanie” was right on time so we gathered our luggage, boarded the boat for the quick little trip at 2:15 across the lake. Our train to Bad Ischl met us 10 minutes later and we were back winding through the farmlands at the base of the Alps.
But the coupe de grace for the day was the bus trip form Bad Ischl to Salzberg. Now before ...
... the number of Chinese citizens and tour groups we saw.
Anyway, besides all the Chinese citizens, we also saw some lovely local crafts (and an awful lot of kitschy stuff .... the town was a little too touristy for me I am afraid). I did, however, find found a beautiful sweater I wanted to buy so we wandered into the store and I made the purchase. As we wandered out of the store, Cheryl suggested we go back and buy some wine to drink on our deck. So ...