Mercure Salzburg Central
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... to the public was Hellbrunn Palace built by Prince Archbishop Marcus Sittikus in the early 17th century. Note the archbishop is now a prince! He obviously had a wicked sense of humour as he had all these trick fountains constructed just using water pressure. The guide had as much fun as the archbishop in getting us all wet when we least expected it. although the wet ground gave a clue and learned to watch where you ...
Now that I had started reading on train journey's it became second nature to do so again when leaving for Salzburg. This time the novel of choice became 1984 by George Orwell, I had always wanted to read it as I had heard great things. The train ride was much longer to Salzburg so I got there later in the day and was quite tired so I pretty much settled into my room and kept reading ...
... Stef and Pat dropped us off downtown, while they went up to the Eagle's Nest in Berchtesgarten and the Salt mines. We decided to take a city bus tour. We thoroughly enjoyed seeing many things and learning about them. Though I have seen the house from Sound of Music, i think I enjoyed seeing it even more this time. What a treat. After the bus we needed to find something else to do that didn't require much walking so we took the boat trip. It was beautiful and the ...
... If we had more time we would have visited Schönbrunn Palace but unfortunately getting into Vienna later than we wanted didn’t help. In the evening we strolled back to Stephansplatz for dinner and also had a look inside St Stephen’s cathedral which was just spectacular.
After dinner, Marc spotted a pub by the name of 'Australia Pub’ and of course wanted to go check it out. To his disgust, they sold Fosters Aussie beer but he opted for Coopers sparkling ...
... and the Mirabell Gardens spread out below. We explored the inside of the castle fortress before taking the funicular back down again. We had decided against doing a sound of music tour. They are pretty expensive and to be honest most sights you could see yourself on foot anyway. There were just a few outside the town itself we missed but it was not worth the steep price in our opinion. We checked out Mozarts Birthplace in one of the old town ...