Travel Blogs from Salzburg
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the birds on the Drau River in Villach, Austria
bells in Salzburg
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Salzburg was amazing, hey well every place we have been to was amazing but Salzburg didn't disappoint!!! And the scenery is just so beautiful, ah breathtaking.
It had snowed a few days before we arrived and some of the mountains had white peaks.
This was definitely a city where Trent and I had two different …
... jetlag) we head to a cute local vegetarian Indian restaurant to have lunch. I think we can both say that it was easily the best Indian we have ever eaten, and the owner, and only waiter, was loud and proud and so hospitable. I had a mustard seed, panir and lentil dish, and Kathryn had the special, a lentils, tofu and cabbage dish. YUM YUM YUM We then walked a bit further down the road and came across a gorgeous cafe selling strudels, so naturally we had ...
... at a local chocolate and coffee shop to get some original Mozart Chocolate (the real stuff is made only in Salzburg. Another company took the idea and mass produced it to sell around the world but this kind was a local specialty). While it was good, personally I didn't think it was anything to brag about for over a Euro a piece, but at least I can say I tried it!
I didn't realize how massive the Fort was ...
... it has amazing views of the alps. Before the tour. we went to a cemetery in the city which has mozart's sister buried there. They also have 'catacombs' in the cliff. They are incorrectly called catacombs because no one was buried inside. It was a little eerie inside.bit was pretty much a few caves in the rock that were used as churches. After the tour finished we bought some strawberries from a market stall and weaves our way through arcades to the ...