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... so no pics will do it justice (I took video though). So instead of a snow pic, I have attached a special photo I took today at the zoo.
Then after that excitement I got the funicular up to the fortress and my battery died after 3 photos so they are not very good but it was worth it to get a video of the Pumas.
Now am hoping for some sun tomorrow which is my last day in Salzburg. I wanna see those magnificent mountains.
... was the Festung Hohensalzburg, the High Salzburg Fortress, standing atop a steep hill which looks out over the town, a mighty landmark, symbol of the city, and apparently the largest and best preserved fortress in Europe, whose construction started in 1077. As it was enlarged and renovated again and again over the years up until the 17th century, it is not a 'built-in-one' castle, as many are, but a higgledy piggledy collection of walls, ...
... Ok, that's not true.
Although no snow, I'm almost as excited about the prospect of seeing some sun tomorrow, as I have not seen one bit of sun since I left Sydney. The last tiny patch of blue sky I saw poking through clouds was in London, but haven't seen the orb since I left home. I'm doing the touristy places tomorrow so hopefully I will have some amazing views ahead of me.
... even the McDonald's had some charm). I don't want to be an annoying American and say this emblematic, historical street looked like Disneyland, but I'm just saying....it kind of looked like Disneyland.
We couldn't take too much time to browse the shops, so we continued down the Getreidegasse to see Mozart's birthplace. It's right in the middle of the long street, and has been converted into a museum featuring some of his early instruments. ...
... popped up showing a different guesthouse with a different address had appeared.
So we got back in the car, I maneuvered a turn on the narrow road and we proceeded back up the one lane road around twisty turns (praying no cars would come towards us around the turns) and finally back up Mehlweg road to the end.
Cheryl and I then got out and proceeded to try and figure out which house was the guest house described in the directions and which meadow was the ...