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We were only here for night but it was very enjoyable. Breakfast was so good!
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... Today Salzburg produces 100,000 tonnes of salt each year although it's a very minor source of income for the city, with the main activities being higher education and tourism. The German border is only 20 kms beyond the city. We had lunch at a little cafe about 20 metres from the house where Mozart was born and lived for his first 17 years. Coming home we were escorted through the Salzburg train station because of the number of Syrian refugees trying ...
... for Salzburg was professional, friendly, and knowledgeable. Salzburg is a beautiful city, & the home of The Sound of Music, and also the birthplace of Mozart. After the official tour we wandered the streets and alleys, for several hours, then headed back to the station where we saw a group of Syrian refugees, including a mother and baby, in police custody - very confronting.
On the return train journey we were ...
... do have a small medieval area of town and a town square. They have a museum of modern art (not my thing) that has a nice, big glass building.
We had a late brunch on the ship and then headed to Salzburg by bus. On the way up we made a stop in Mondsee, which is a town on a lake. It is also known as the location of the church from The Sound of Music. The lake was beautiful. Altogether it was a nearly 2 hour drive each way with about 3 hours in town, but it ...
... had great food and we met Sebastian's 7 year old little brother Max who kept the girls entertained because he was "So cute!" Once we were done we headed back down the trail to the lakes edge and had our drinks and took photos probably spending an hour or so at the lakes edge. Max came with us and found an audience for his dancing which was a crack up. It was very cold even though the surrounding mountains didn't have any snow yet it is ...
... The bells were ringing calling the parishioners to church. We then turned around, cycled passed the boat and boarded the first little ferry to cross the river and join Rad 1, the cycle path along the Danube. Our first stop was at a farm where we had chocolate and poppy seed cake, washed down with apple juice as the farm didn't have a licence to sell coffee. Whilst at the farm we saw our ship, M S Normandia sail by. We had ...