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Then today was our last day in Faistenau and it was a good day. It mostly stopped snowing and we had something exciting to do! The four hills tournament was on today in Bischofshofen so we drove there. It was only the qualifiers today but it was still really awesome, its a big international competition, though there were no Australian competitors there... Basically the aim of the sport is to ski down a really big slope then ...
... across a pub showing the State of Origin
I attended the 99th ANZAC Day service in Gallipoli
and saw many, many plays in the West End
I start with a job, a house and with my family
I'm making some solid goals to give me direction for the year
I'm going to get fit again a) join a gym near my house b) join a tennis club
I want to learn German more
I'm going to participate in ...
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 ...
... room, a room where Eva Braun could entertain her guests and an eating area where food was trucked up from the village. In 1945 the Allies bombed the **** out of Obersalzburg but somehow missed the Eagles Nest.
We walked up to the summit taking many photos as the panoramas were spectacular. Quite the view, at over 6000 feet. The Eagle's Nest was slated to be destroyed in the '50's, along with the remaining Obersalzburg buildings, but it was decided to keep it and give ...
On the way back down to Salzberg, I called in at the Hallbrum Palace. Hallbrum is known for its “trick fountains”. From the postcards I thought this was just a lot of “different” fountains, i.e. water coming out of statues of deer head, turtles, people and lots of big fountains like an Aussie sprinkler in summer. It’s only after the first display that I cottoned on. They asked for volunteers and I was first, then two more joined me at a ...