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... because it was like the opposite of shopping. All the guys walking around looking interested and the women looking vaguely bored.
They also had a photography exhibition there which was probably my favourite part of it. There were some amazing action shots taken beautiful places at the same time. They were really cool to walk around and the best art I've seen whilst here so far! It didn't take all that long to look around anyway since ...
... off little blasts here and there. When midnight finally rolled around boy did the skies light up with fireworks all over the place! It was just brilliant. The snow had finally stopped falling, it was -2 degrees and mum and I danced in the snow welcoming in the new year. After some hard work building an epic snowman earlier in the evening Dan and Dad retired to bed early.
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... We parked in the town and walked to the lake which was very nice in the sunshine.
At the lake there was a pontoon which was nice to walk out onto, the water was amazingly clear in the lake you could see right to the bottom. There was also a little swimming pool which was part of the lake but with steps down to it - I cant believe people actually swim in there!! It was iced over at the sides which shows how cold it is. Its very refreshing walking in the ...
... we saw but unfortunately we were too shy to ask some of the trendy young men in leather to pose for a photo!
On the way to our Friday night lodgings, we stopped off at the historic (UNESCO says so) lakeside town of Hallstatt, a picturesque place completely overrun by busloads of tourists. Apart from generally great scenery, one of the town’s focal points is a cemetery with a difference.
Due to limited space and ...
We arrived in Salzburg around noon on April 1st. The weather that day was not so good for walking around, very cold and rainy, but we still spent the afternoon walking all over the old part of the city. We walked by Mozart's childhood house, a couple churches, some statues and of course bought some Mozart balls! They're these chocolate balls filled with some sort of chocolate and marzipan, quite delicious actually. We were pretty cold around 6 ...