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... various household tasks, again driven by water. These were surpassed by a huge working model of a whole village. The Archbishop was not pleased with the noise the machinery made as the figures went about their tasks so he had a water organ constructed to play Mozart at the same time to drown out the noise. Quite magical. I watched as he turned one of them on, a big iron key to open the door, with taps to turn them on ...
... for lunch and dinner as well as breakfast the next day, so I ate well and hoped to regain some strength for the next days in Zurich.
I will note that even though I wasn't feeling well the scenery of the mountains/hills around Salzburg was still quite nice and I did make sure to look out the windows of the train when I went on towards Zurich, even happening to take a picture or two!
... After that we went and had a Salzburger knockel, a puffed egg meringue type with berry sauce underneath. Walked through the old city to wait to be picked back up. The others had a great time at Hitlers eagle nest at the top of the alps and they slid down a long slide like thing in the salt mines. We headed out of Salzburg for Fussin in the alps to see Neusweinstein castle where Disney copied the castle for Disneyland. Found a wonderful hotel, nearby and had dinner ...
... it wasn't. Then back in the car headed for the alps. We stopped in Berchtesgarden to look around. We stopped for coffee and ice cream. Pat and Stefani will return tomorrow to go the the 'Eagles Nest' and the salt mines. Continued driving to Salzburg only to find out our hotel reservations had been given away because we had to be there by 6. With difficulty we found another hotel. Regrouped and out for dinner. God is the best tour ...
... you can take, and you can choose whichever method suits your fancy, from walking, to biking, to even boating.
However, our favorite part of this stop actually took place about 40 minutes outside of the city in Werfen, Austria. We visited the largest (known and accessible) ice cave in the world!
Our tour-guide was a riot. A couple of people arrived late to the bus and traffic wasn't so ...