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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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I haven't posted in a few days because not that much has happened to write about. On Friday we were going to go skiing but we needed to do some laundry first since places close on weekends. So we headed into Salzburg and found a laundrette which was surprisingly nice and modern. We used the 'wash and dry in one' thing and went for a walk around town while it washed. We found a shopping centre and there was a bridge over the river which had an ...
This time last year I was sitting on a bus recovering from a night bringing in 2014 in Paris with my Contiki family. I was full of excitement for the adventures up coming and optimism for the year that lay ahead.
This year I am in Salzburg, Austria with my family! Mum and I stayed awake to see in midnight and boy was it worth it. Fireworks are legal for the public to buy and use here, so all night people all around the area ...
So today was the first day of 2015 and the sun finally came out and the snow stopped! I was very happy because its much nicer being able to go out for a walk without getting soaked. We didn't have any plans for today because everything is closed. Since the weather was so nice we decided that we should go out sightseeing as we could actually see the mountains from our hotel! We drove to Seekirchen am Wallersee which is a town on a lake about 20 minutes from where we ...
... The remainder of the day was spent wandering about viewing the narrow streets, cemeteries and Baroque buildings.
One point of interest for us was the waterwheel tucked behind a large court yard. Through a series of 13th century canals, it draws fresh water to Salzburg from Berschtesgaden (15 miles away). The smaller canals and waterwheels were set up throughout the city to be used for fire protection, street cleaning (once a week, they opened the canal gates to flush ...
... we always found our way home. The "horse pictures" became a significant land mark. On one such journey we found a photographer doing period shots so off we went to be photographed in our version of the "toilet dresses". (See an earlier blog if you are feeling confused by this statement). What fun!
The old town is divided up by plazas which all look very similar and are linked by lovely narrow streets that house wonderful shops. The shopping opportunity here ...