Mercure Salzburg Central
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... went on the tyre ride and they even made me go on the big swing argh!!! A short blog tonight as we need to pack but our little boy has had a bit too much sun is a bit poorly. I think it has all been a bit much and 35 degrees today has taken its toll. I'm sure all will be better after a good nights sleep (let's hope he gets one as he is in my ...
... and plain ol' dingy. Thank good for my puncture repair kit!! All the washing is done and we have another day here. Have to say it's been a real pleasant surprise being in Austria. Although when you try and speak to a fellow camper you feel like they're having a go at you (Dutch / German/ Austrian is such a fierce language) the pace and atmosphere of this place is very slow. Love it. A The only down point is those bloody wasps. UFB. Roll on ...
... best about it was the stopover at an alpine hill that had a luge ride they could go on. So, yes, those photos are included, too!
After we finished with the four hour tour, we had a bit of lunch and then headed off to explore Salzburg ourselves. Armed with our Rick Steve's Germany book, we took his self-guided tour, stopping along the way to get a lot of photo ops! We saw: Mozartsteg (bridge), Mozartplatz, Residenzplatz, The Residenz, ...
We saw the cemetery in which the Von Trapp family hid and the church used for the wedding. We also saw about three other churches in the same area. Originally the town was administered by Prince bishops, so they were not only rich but apparently very godly. The old Cemetery was fascinating as the headstones were made from wrought iron and painted.
After the tour Jules and I took the funicular up to the fortress. ...
... putting up signs for another concert, this one at 7p.m. with tickets going on sale at 6 or so. The music was 2 Mozart piano sonatas to be played by a Russian pianist.
We arrived 1st once again to purchase the tickets and once again the Director took us to where the best seats would be. This room was in the St. Peters with arched ceilings but set up in one long corner of the room. The piano was set up in the center with seats on 2 sides and ...