Hotel Zum Postillion
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- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Well we leave Salzburg today having been blessed with some of the biggest downfall of snow the town has seen in a long time. Locals said it was around 40cm and they usually only receive 10cm. The locals weren't as impressed as we were.
We arrived on Monday to the beginnings of the storm. All the way up in the train all we could see was magnificent white landscapes and sometimes it was just white cloud because the storm had set in so intensely.
... 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 ...
... which hopefully we can go around at some point.
After a while the snow was starting to seep through our clothes, so we decided to head back. I did buy an extra warm scarf today which is nice, but it seems to attract snow and it just sticks to it so it got soaked. Today went surprisingly fast though and there is plenty more too see in the town, I want to go to the museum and there is an ice rink which looks like fun, im probably pretty rusty by now though!
... Mozartsteg; his birthplace; his residence; shops selling Mozartkugel (scrummy chocs); Mozart Cafe, and that iconic wigged head & shoulder pic in the red jacket, appearing in all kinds of shops and eateries. Then, of course, there is the music... in the right season, there are some fabulous Music festivals, but now it's all Wolfgang's Greatest Hits at a hefty price, and while I was in the mood for live music, I wasn't prepared to pay ...
... at a local chocolate and coffee shop to get some original Mozart Chocolate (the real stuff is made only in Salzburg. Another company took the idea and mass produced it to sell around the world but this kind was a local specialty). While it was good, personally I didn't think it was anything to brag about for over a Euro a piece, but at least I can say I tried it!
I didn't realize how massive the Fort was ...