Hotel Gasthof Zimmerbrau
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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It frreakin' SNOWED today. I was expecting a day of sunshine but I only got a 20 second preview of blue sky this morning outside of town on the way to Salzburg Zoo. Check out the first pic to see what I thought was the unveiling of the mountains I've been longing to see. But instead I got the beauty of snow for a few hours. It was only light, but so happy I got to see it (and it was the first snow of the season).
Snow melted once it hit ...
... in the church tower and then bunch of fellas in lederhosen and traditional hats appeared in one of the wooden huts and started blowing long alpine horns... visually striking, they also sounded wonderful, and I settled in on a bench with a Gluwhein to enjoy the show. Long a fan of men in 'skirts', I've decided men in lederhosen can be very fetching too ;) I fell into conversation with a local as I walked back to the bus stop, and he asked if ...
Finally made it to the place I've most been looking forward to seeing and its a pretty special place. My dreams had involved a bit of snow, but alas, not to be. I saw some on the mountains today during the Sound of Music tour when we went to Mondsee to see the chapel where Maria and the captain were married. Side note: the travel guide complemented me in front of everyone for my beautiful ...
... was in Salzburg. How serendipitous! We all went up to the Hohensalzburg Fortress via a cable car that ascends the vertical rock face. The fortress overlooks Salzburg, and the view was blissful. You can see the idyllic city, the blue-green river winding through, and the rugged mountains encapsulating the whole area. We looked through the museum and some of the building (very Game of Thrones-esque), amazed that the fortress and church were starting to be built in 1077. ...
... wineries, olive oil, prosciutto … but after two days of driving switchback roads we were spent and just wanted to enjoy the hotel and area.
Rovinj … so far, is my most favorite city. The streets are paved in marble, with narrow, tight alleyways and exquisite architecture around every turn. We ate at a restaurant that set up a table down on the rocks right at the edge of the Adriatic Sea, and then afterwards ...