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... Most people who know me will have heard the story of how I once held my bladder for 10 hours straight on a bus in China (unlike everyone else, I didn't feel hugely comfortable peeing in a plastic bucket in the aisle), so I'm feeling quietly confident I can manage until we take our first rest stop on this journey. Not this time. Oh no. I have spent the last 2 hours nearly in tears ...
... salt from the nearby mine there since prehistoric times, thus making it the earliest known salt mine in Europe if not the world. Hallstatt has a population of just under a thousand residents, but with the influx of tourists coming to see this stunning mountain retreat the town clearly swells, thus making it’s streets rather crowded.
The road to Hallstatt runs through stunningly green mountain valleys ...
... actual instruments that he played. Pretty amazing to see the violin that was once in his ever-so-talented hands. The family moved across the river when Mozart was 17 years old, and the background music playing as we walked around that residence was a combination of his symphonies, waltzes and sonatas. Lunch was at Cafe Tomaselli, and as you see in the picture, there is little evidence that remains of the decadently-rich Sachertorte ...
... ruled by Archbishops who ploughed their wealth back into the town employing renowned architects and artists to create palaces and gardens which are architectural masterpieces. In Salzburg, they say: "if it's baroque, don't fix it!"
If that is not enough, let's throw in the Sound of Music...for good measure! No less than 24 scenes were filmed in Salzburg and much though we would have liked a day on the campsite to catch up on ...
Got up nearly. Rather overcast. Got bus (9€) to St. Gilgen then boat the St Wolfgang. Had some time to wonder then train up mountain (forgotten name). Had to book downward trip. Boat ride was nice and train impressive. Cost of both around €90. It would be a full days walk to go up. Even though it was dull, the views were amazing. Had a little cake at the top ...