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... the Palaces. Hofburg and the Schonbrunn. Both are amazing. Of course they are!! But From everything I've ever heard, most of these people weren't very happy. It's the age-old adage; money doesn't buy happiness. I hope you'll enjoy seeing the pictures though. Relaxing tonight and packing for our next chapter where Steve will meet sone of his Slovakian relatives. I'm so excited for him. (Me too). Not sure what our wifi situation will be, so till then . . . Auf ...
Dear Friends and Family,
What began as an exciting day of seeing Vienna became one of those days we will truly never forget.
We had a quiet early morning. I used the actual computer here at the Pension. It was a challenge as the keyboard has the "z" and the "y" interchanged. I guess Europeans use the "z" more than the "y"'. And then, as you might have seen, it inserted ...
We went to Lake Konnigsee today for a boat ride on this beautiful lake that is 8km long 11/4 kn wide and 602m above sea level. Steep cliffs on both sides. Made stops at St. Bartholoma and Salet. We walked to Lake Obersee. Saw 3 waterfalls...Konigsbach Fall, Schrainbach Fall and Rothbach Fall.
We walked to the Hofbraehaus and had a delicious hot potato ...
We took the train 4 hours to Berchtesgaden. I twisted my ankle before we left Regensburg and it swelled up, but not much pain. Iced it this evening and all seems to be ok. Arrived in Berchtesgaden about 1:30 and walked to the hotel which was very close to the train station. We had a delicious pumpkin soup at a local restaurant. We took free bus up to the center of town and walked around. Had pizza and spaghetti for supper. Bed early ...
... another 4
hours. While I was on the train my dad and I started writing a little story,
which we might turn into a book. Once we arrived in Salzburg we got a taxi to
our hotel which only took about 5 minutes. Once we checked into our room we
went for a short walk to a little park and gardens near our hotel. Once inside
the gardens I recognised that was where some of the Sound of Music was filmed
and where the Von Trapp children sang Doe a Deer. We took some pictures of ...