Landhotel Reisingers Bayerische Alm
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Yes... we finally made it to the highlight of the trip for Eamon...... The Sound of Music tour :)We spent this afternoon touring round Salzburg in a mini-bus with 6 Americans and David our tour leader, visiting key buildings and film spots from the film, whilst in between times singing along with the sound track.....E loved it as you can imagine :) Seriously though... I think I heard a "bright copper kettles and warm ...
... just thought it was reasonable to try – we were moving on regardless as we felt uncomfortable in the apartment. To have no response, to then be told we were too late and further to essentially be accused of lying about our feedback, well that all just peeved me off. Lucky I get to leave public feedback on her property, mmwwwwaaaahhhh
After writing my response I felt a whole lot better so I set off for our Sound of Music bike tour ready to sing!! When we got free ...
... scenes inside of the nunnery were filmed in studios. The Reverend Mother, who greets the children in the nunnery when they come looking for Maria, was flown all the way to Salzburg for that single scene! All of her other scenes were filmed on sets, and so she was flown halfway around the world for a 30 second scene! Pretty intense, huh?
After the Bike tour, Kim and I walked up a mountain to the famous Salzburg castle, but wound up not going all the way to the castle ...
... of the castle. The entire grounds of the castle were taken up by tents, stages, shops, and people for the festival. When we got there people were still arriving, and music and entertainment wasn't set to start until about 11:30. We decided to walk around and enjoy the festivities. It was neat that they could have a festival like this at an actual castle.
It was very similar to Renaissance Festivals in the US (or at least the one in ...
We both woke just after 5.30am to a gentle shower, which by 6am was 'chucking it down' in torrents. We stayed in bed until the alarm at 6.45 and then made breakfast in bed (easy to do when you live in a tent). The rain gradfually eased and by 8.30am we were on our way, not raining but sellen, low, grey clouds. As we pedalled the 24k to Rosenheim, nearly all on gravel except one amazing bitumen section, the skies ...